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    • Mrs. Anabel Montes - English teacher
    • Already : Have/Has + already + verb ( Past participle) • Examples - We've already had our breakfast. I.E.P «Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe»UNIT – 5 English – 4th Present perfect: yet / already
    • Yet Have/has + Verb ( Past participle) + Complement + yet - Has the post arrived yet? I.E.P «Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe»UNIT – 5 English – 4th Present perfect: yet / already
    • EXERCISES I.E.P «Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe»UNIT – 5 English – 4th Present perfect: yet / already
    • 1. Make sentences in present perfect: I.E.P «Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe»UNIT – 5 English – 4th Present perfect: yet / already
    • • Have you seen the new movie? - • Have you been to Paris? + • Have you bought that new dress? + • Has Allen gone to Melbourne? - • Has he heard from Bill yet? – I.E.P «Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe»UNIT – 5 English – 4th Present perfect: yet / already
    • • Have you finished your homework? + • Have Annie and Bob got married yet? - • Have you eaten at that new Thai restaurant?+ • Has Lisa played tennis this morning? + • Has the light been fixed? - I.E.P «Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe»UNIT – 5 English – 4th Present perfect: yet / already
    • Mrs. Anabel Montes - English teacher
    • • MAKE SENTENCES USING YET / ALREADY I.E.P «Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe»UNIT – 5 English – 4th Present perfect: yet / already
    • • I . _________(+/already/to listen to music) • I . ________ (-/not/to go swimming/yet) • I ._________(+/already/to take some photos) • I ._________(+/already/to help Jane in the kitchen) I.E.P «Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe»UNIT – 5 English – 4th Present perfect: yet / already
    • • I . _________(-/not/to play the guitar/yet) • I . _________(+/already/to have fun with my friends) • I . _________(-/not/to wash my shirts/yet) • I ._________ (-/not/to make my bed/yet) I.E.P «Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe»UNIT – 5 English – 4th Present perfect: yet / already
    • • I ._________ (+/already/to do the washing-up) • I ._________ (-/not/to speak to my Maths teacher/yet) I.E.P «Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe»UNIT – 5 English – 4th Present perfect: yet / already
    • 2.COMPLETE USING YET/ ALREADY: • Would you like something to eat?" "No thanks, I've _________ had lunch." • "Have you finished your homework _________?“ • "What time is Pilar leaving?" "She's ____________ left." I.E.P «Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe»UNIT – 5 English – 4th Present perfect: yet / already
    • • I need to take the Intermediate exam because I've ____________ taken the Elementary. • "Do you know where Mauricio is?" "Yes, I've _________ seen him in the Library.“ • "Why isn't Simone coming to the cinema with us?" "She's __________ seen the film.“ I.E.P «Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe»UNIT – 5 English – 4th Present perfect: yet / already
    • • "Have you tidied your room _____?" "No, not ______. I'll do it in a minute.“ • You have ________ completed the first nine questions • Are you going to make dinner?" "No, I've ___________ made it. It's in the oven!“ • "Are we too late to see the film?". "No, it hasn't started ________.“ I.E.P «Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe»UNIT – 5 English – 4th Present perfect: yet / already