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Present Perfect Tense

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Present Perfect Tense
have/has
+
past participle

Has/Have
Let's look at the verb: "
to have
"
Past Participles
With a
regular verb
, past participles
end with
-ed
, just like the
simple present tense
.
Present Perfect Tense
Today's Lesson
2. Present Perfect Tense Structure
3. Uses and Topics for Present Perfect Tense
4. Practice At Home
1. Review "has/have" and "past particple"
We will use this as a
"helping verb"
in the present perfect sentence.
I

You

We

They
have

have

have

have
He

She

It
has

has

has
With an
irregular verb
,
past participles
have many different forms.
Let's review our verbs. If you see an
irregular verb
you do not know, please add it to your list.
lived
learned
owned
watched
eaten
seen
gone
been
met
read
live
learn
own
watch
eat
see
go
be
meet
read
Uses for Present Perfect Tense
USE 1 Unspecified Time Before Now
Affirmative:
Subject
+
have/has
+
past participle
Question:
[question words]
+
have/has
+
subject
+
past participle
I
have

seen
the Golden Gate Bridge.
He has gone to the store.
Heather has owned that car for 2 years.
Negative:
Subject
+
haven't/hasn't
+
past participle
I

haven't

read
that book.
It hasn't been cold this week.
They haven't met the new teacher.
Have

you

played
basketball?
Has Dominique eaten breakfast?


How long

have

they

lived
in Murray?
Where have you been today?
Future
Present
Past
USE 2 Time From Past Until Now
Future
Present
Past
Topics: What can we talk about by using the Present Perfect Tense?
1. Experience
It is like saying you "have the experience of". You can also say you haven't had an experience.
Examples:
I

have

seen
the Golden Gate Bridge.
I
haven't
seen
the Golden Gate Bridge.
Topics: What can we talk about by using the Present Perfect Tense?
2. Accomplishments
Topics: What can we talk about by using the Present Perfect Tense?
3. An Uncompleted Action
Let's talk about our experiences. Make a sentence and tell your partner something you have or haven't done.
We use Present Perfect for accomplishments of individuals and humanity because they usually do not have a specific time.
Examples:
I

have

learned
to read.
Man

has

walked
on the moon.
Tell your partner about an accomplishment of yours.
We use Present Perfect to say that an action we expected has not happened. We are still waiting for the action to happen.
Examples:
She
hasn't

read
that book.
The

rain

hasn't
stopped.
Tell your partner about something you are waiting for, but hasn't happened.
http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/verbs5.htm
http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/verbs6.htm
http://www.learnenglish.de/englishtests/presentperfectverbs.html
http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/simpas-preper/tests?test1
You cannot use expressions that indicate a specific time, such as yesterday, last week, two hours ago.
Example: I have been to Paris.
Example: I have been sick for two weeks.
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