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G:\ingles\simple past vs present perfect continuous G:\ingles\simple past vs present perfect continuous Presentation Transcript

  • PAOLA ANDREA MONDRAGON RIOS PAOLA FERNANDEZ CEPEDA JENNIFER AGREDO FAJARDO
  • IRREGULAR VERBS COMPARASION PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE PAST CONTINUOUS "USE THE PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS FOR ACTIONS THAT "Use the Simple Past to express the idea that an action ESTART IN THE PAST AND CONTINUE INTO THE PRESENT" started and finished at a specific time in the past" [VERB+ed] or irregular verbs [has/have + been + present participle] You called You have Have you You have not Did you call Debbie? You did not call Debbie been waiting been waiting been waiting Debbie. here for two here for two here for two hours hours? hours. SENTENCES QUESTION ANSWER SENTENCES QUESTION ANSWER MORE EXAMPLES MORE EXAMPLES
  • MORE… Most Verbs Irregular Verbs To Be Modal Verbs Modal verbs behave very strangely in the Simple Past. The most important verb to remember is "must." Notice how it becomes "had to" in the Simple Past. "Must" becomes "had to": I must call my wife now. I had to call my wife yesterday
  • MORE… PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS FORM
  • SIMPLE PAST • I saw a movie yesterday. • I didn't see a play yesterday. • Last year, I traveled to Japan. • Last year, I didn't travel to Korea. • Did you have dinner last night? • She washed her car. • He didn't wash his car.
  • PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS • You have been waiting here for two hours. • Have you been waiting here for two hours? • You have not been waiting here for two hours. • They have been talking for the last hour. • She has been working at that company for three years. • What have you been doing for the last 30 minutes? • James has been teaching at the university since June. • We have been waiting here for over two hours! • Why has Nancy not been taking her medicine for the last three days?
  • IRREGULAR VERBS