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Present Perfect   How do we make the present perfect?
Present Perfect The present perfect  =  Have / Has  ( ‘ve / ‘s  )  +   Participle
Present Perfect   When do we use the present perfect?
Present Perfect   When do we use the present perfect?  We use the  Present Perfect   to say that something  happened  befo...
Make sentences in the  present perfect  about the pictures
 
They have been to Sydney, Canada, New York and Las Vegas
 
They have finished their meal
 
He has climbed a mountain
 
The plane has taken off
 
They have won the lottery
 
They’ve closed the road
 
He’s scored a goal
 
Someone has broken the computer
 
They’ve won the World Cup
 
Someone has burnt the toast
 
He’s forgotten something
 
They’ve won gold medals
 
He’s punched him
 
He’s lost his keys
 
She’s passed her driving test
 
He’s missed the bus
 
They’ve gone on holiday
 
Bart has asked a dumb question
 
He’s lost weight
 
He’s fallen asleep
 
They’ve washed the floor
 
They’ve painted the bench
 
It has completed
Make a negative sentence
He hasn’t finished   his meal
Make a negative sentence
They haven’t finished the bridge
Make a negative sentence
He’s hasn’t scored
Make a negative sentence
They haven’t finished the building
 
We have finished
Present Perfect Now go back and make a  yes / no question  for each picture. eg –  Has he finished? Yes he has  /  No he h...
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For pre-intermediate EFL students. Make sentences about the pictures in the present perfect.

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  1. 1. Present Perfect How do we make the present perfect?
  2. 2. Present Perfect The present perfect = Have / Has ( ‘ve / ‘s ) + Participle
  3. 3. Present Perfect When do we use the present perfect?
  4. 4. Present Perfect When do we use the present perfect? We use the Present Perfect to say that something happened before now but the exact time is not important.
  5. 5. Make sentences in the present perfect about the pictures
  6. 7. They have been to Sydney, Canada, New York and Las Vegas
  7. 9. They have finished their meal
  8. 11. He has climbed a mountain
  9. 13. The plane has taken off
  10. 15. They have won the lottery
  11. 17. They’ve closed the road
  12. 19. He’s scored a goal
  13. 21. Someone has broken the computer
  14. 23. They’ve won the World Cup
  15. 25. Someone has burnt the toast
  16. 27. He’s forgotten something
  17. 29. They’ve won gold medals
  18. 31. He’s punched him
  19. 33. He’s lost his keys
  20. 35. She’s passed her driving test
  21. 37. He’s missed the bus
  22. 39. They’ve gone on holiday
  23. 41. Bart has asked a dumb question
  24. 43. He’s lost weight
  25. 45. He’s fallen asleep
  26. 47. They’ve washed the floor
  27. 49. They’ve painted the bench
  28. 51. It has completed
  29. 52. Make a negative sentence
  30. 53. He hasn’t finished his meal
  31. 54. Make a negative sentence
  32. 55. They haven’t finished the bridge
  33. 56. Make a negative sentence
  34. 57. He’s hasn’t scored
  35. 58. Make a negative sentence
  36. 59. They haven’t finished the building
  37. 61. We have finished
  38. 62. Present Perfect Now go back and make a yes / no question for each picture. eg – Has he finished? Yes he has / No he hasn’t
  39. 63. Present Perfect
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