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    • Grammar Heroes Present perfect – present perfect progressive
    • We use the present perfect and present perfect progressive to talk about actions that started in the past, but continue in the present and might continue in the future. Examples I have been saving people for 10 years. I have saved people for 10 years.
    • We use the present perfect and the present perfect progressive with for and since. FOR – WE USE IT FOR LENGTH OF TIME We have been playing this games for 2 hours. SINCE – WE USE IT TO SHOW WHEN THE ACTION STARTED She has been working here since the year 2000.
    • When we use the present perfect without a time expression, we are talking about actions that happened at some idefinite time in the past. have eaten We have eaten cheeseburgers. She has eaten pizza.
    • Use the present perfect or the simple present with unfinished time periods: today, this week, this month, and this year. I have seen this movie four times this month. Use the present perfect or the simple present with unfinished time periods: today, this week, this month, and this year. I have seen this movie four times this month. Use the simple past for things that might not happen again in that time period. I saw this movie four times this month.
    • STRUCTURES – PRESENT PERFECT AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS SUBJECT+HAVE/HAS+VERB(PAST PARTICIPLE). SHE HAS TAKEN THIS CLASS BEFORE. NEGATIVE STATEMENTS SUBJECT+HAVEN’T/HASN’T+VERB(PAST PARTICIPLE). SHE HASN’T TAKEN THIS CLASS BEFORE.
    • YES/NO QUESTION HAS/HAVE+SUBJECT+VERB(PAST PARTICIPLE)? HAS SHE DONE THIS BEFORE? YES, SHE HAS. NO, SHE HASN’T WH-QUESTIONS WH…+HAVE/HAS+SUBJECT+VERB(PAST PARTICIPLE) WHERE HAS SHE GONE?
    • STRUCTURES – PRESENT PERFECT PROGRESSIVE AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS SUBJECT+HAVE/HAS+BEEN+VERB(ING). SHE HAS BEEN TAKING THIS CLASS FOR TWO YEARS. NEGATIVE STATEMENTS SUBJECT+HAVEN’T/HASN’T+BEEN+VERB(ING). SHE HASN’T BEEN TAKING THIS CLASS.
    • YES/NO QUESTION HAS/HAVE+SUBJECT+BEEN+VERB(ING)? HAS SHE BEEN DOING THIS? YES, SHE HAS. NO, SHE HASN’T WH-QUESTIONS WH…+HAVE/HAS+SUBJECT+BEEN+VERB(ING) WHERE HAS SHE BEEN GOING?
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