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  • English and culture I Present perfect Curso:8º A Subsector: inglés.
  • Present perfect
    • We use the present perfect to talk about a period of time that continues from the past until now.
    • ex.
    • He has lost his keys.= he lost it recently, and he still doesn't have it.
  • Affirmative sentences Pay attention to the part of the verbs. Don't confuse them with those of the past simple. Here you have to write the verbs in participle. has (=he's, etc.) Finished Lost Done Been Traveled, Etc. He /she / it Have (= I've, etc.) I / we / you / they
  • Example
    • Jane is on holiday.
    • She has gone to Italy.
  • Negative sentences Has not (hasn't) She/he/it Finished Lost Done Been traveled, etc. Have not (=haven't) I/we/you/they
  • Example
    • I haven't eaten
    • anything since breakfast.
  • Interrogative sentences She/he/it Has Finished? Lost? Done? Been? Traveled? Etc. I/you/we/they Have
  • Example
    • Have you played football before?
    • no, this is the first time
    • I've played football.
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