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The present  perfect  :)
What is the present perfect? We use the present perfect to describe an action that happened just before now. You cannot us...
How do we make the present perfect? To make the present perfect you have to add a auxility verb and a verb  in past princi...
For an easy way to remember how to make the present perfect is to remember this table: SUBJECT+ AUXILITY VERB+ VERB IN PAS...
The present perfect in positive form I/YOU/WE/THEY HAVE SPOKEN HAS SPOKEN HE/SHE/IT
The present perfect in negative form I/YOU/WE/THEY HE/SHE/IT HAVEN'T SPOKEN HASN'T  SPOKEN
Present perfect of the verb “go” I have gone.  I haven't gone.  You have gone.  You haven't gone. He/She/It has gone.  He/...
The present perfect of the verb “eat” I have eaten.  I haven't eaten.  You have eaten.  You haven't eaten. He/she/it have ...
The present perfect of the verb “see” POSITIVE  NEGATIVE I have seen.  I haven't seen.  You have seen.  You haven't seen. ...
The present perfect of the verb “meet” I have met.  I haven't met. You have met.  You haven't met. He/she/it has met.  He/...
The present perfect of the verb “walk” POSITIVE  NEGATIVE I have walked.  I haven't walked. You have walked.  You haven't ...
THE END!   Hayley Duckering 2B Oliver Deadman 2B
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  1. 1. The present perfect :)
  2. 2. What is the present perfect? We use the present perfect to describe an action that happened just before now. You cannot use the present perfect to say things like: yesterday, one year ago, when I lived in japan, that day, one day, etc.
  3. 3. How do we make the present perfect? To make the present perfect you have to add a auxility verb and a verb in past principle, together with a subject. For example: -You have seen that movie many times. -I think i have met him once before. -People have traveled to the moon. -Have you read the book yet?
  4. 4. For an easy way to remember how to make the present perfect is to remember this table: SUBJECT+ AUXILITY VERB+ VERB IN PAST PARTICIPLE.
  5. 5. The present perfect in positive form I/YOU/WE/THEY HAVE SPOKEN HAS SPOKEN HE/SHE/IT
  6. 6. The present perfect in negative form I/YOU/WE/THEY HE/SHE/IT HAVEN'T SPOKEN HASN'T SPOKEN
  7. 7. Present perfect of the verb “go” I have gone. I haven't gone. You have gone. You haven't gone. He/She/It has gone. He/she/it hasn't gone. They have gone. They haven't gone. We have gone. We haven't gone. POSITIVE NEGATIVE
  8. 8. The present perfect of the verb “eat” I have eaten. I haven't eaten. You have eaten. You haven't eaten. He/she/it have eaten. He/she/it hasn't eaten. They have eaten. They haven't eaten. We have eaten. We haven't eaten. POSITIVE NEGATIVE
  9. 9. The present perfect of the verb “see” POSITIVE NEGATIVE I have seen. I haven't seen. You have seen. You haven't seen. He/she/it has seen. He/she/it hasn't seen. They have seen. They haven't seen. We have seen. We haven't seen.
  10. 10. The present perfect of the verb “meet” I have met. I haven't met. You have met. You haven't met. He/she/it has met. He/she/it hasn't met. They have met. They have met. We have met. We have met. POSITIVE NEGATIVE
  11. 11. The present perfect of the verb “walk” POSITIVE NEGATIVE I have walked. I haven't walked. You have walked. You haven't walked. He/she/it have walked. He/she/it hasn't walked. They have walked. They haven't walked. We have walked. We haven't walked.
  12. 12. THE END! Hayley Duckering 2B Oliver Deadman 2B
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