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  • 1.  
  • 2. DEDICATORIA A él por permitir que este trabajo tan es forzoso se halla podido realizar y por brindarme la inteligencia y sabiduría necesaria para poder realizarlo.     A ellos, por brindarme los medios necesarios para poder realizar este trabajo y por su cariño que es fundamental para mí.     Por el aprecio que me tiene y el apoyo que me brinda cada momento que lo necesito.
  • 3. AGRADECIMIENTO   Por brindarme la luz bendita de la sabiduría e inteligencia y de esa manera dando como resultado este sacrificado trabajo.     Por brindarme su afecto necesario que es fundamental para mi, como lo sería para todo hijo de sus padres.   Por brindarme todo su cariño y su amor incondicional que es esencial para mí.
  • 4. PRESENTACIÓN   Para mi es un agrado presentarles este tan costoso trabajo que es reflejo de una buena educación y una buena formación brindada por mi Institución Educativa, que con tanto esmero y dedicación fue elaborado para mostrar al mundo la enseñanza de esta prestigiosa Institución. Esperando que esta monografía sea debidamente de su agrado…     Atte JORDY
  • 5. INDICE   Simple past vs Present perfect ……………………1 Exceptions …………………………….………………….….2 Bibliografía……………………………………………………6 Anexos……………………………………….………………...6
  • 6.   Form 1   Simple Past tense Present Perfect tense irregular verbs: Simple past of irregular verbs, 2 nd column. Example: I knew Irregular verbs: form of 'have' + past participle of irregular verbs, 3rd column Example: I / you / we / they have broken he / she / it has broken Regular verbs: infinitive + ed Example: I played Regular verbs: form of 'have' + infinitive + ed Example: I / you / we / they have played he / she / it has played
  • 7. Exceptions when adding 'ed':   1. When the final letter is e , only add d Example:
 love - love d 
 2, After a short, stressed vowel , the final consonant is doubled Example:
 admit - admi tt ed
 3. After a consonant, final y becomes i (but: not after a vowel) Example:
 worry - worr i ed
but: play - pla y ed     Use 1) A time expression in the past is given, you have to use Simple Past 2) Certain time in the past or just / already / yet ? 2 Simple Past tense Present Perfect tense certain time in the past Example: I called Mary 2 minutes ago . just / already / not yet Example: I have just called Mary.
  • 8. 3) Certain event in the past or how often so far ? An action that took place / how often an action has happened till now. 3 Simple Past tense Present Perfect tense certain event in the past Example: He went to Canada last summer . whether / how often till now Example: Have you ever been to Canada? / I have been to Canada twice .
  • 9. 4) Emphasis on action or result ? Expressing what happened in the past with the result / putting the emphasis on the past action’s consequence in the present. 4 Simple Past tense Present Perfect tense Emphasis on action Example: I bought a new bike. (just telling what I did in the past.) Emphasis on result Example: I have bought a new bike. (With this sentence I actually want to express that I have a new bike now.)
  • 10. Key Words to use properly with each tense 5 Simple Past tense Present Perfect tense yesterday ... ago in 1990 the other day last ... just already up to now until now / till now ever (not) yet so far lately / recently
  • 11.
    • BIBLIOGRAFÍA
    • www.scribd.com
    • www.google.com
    • Blogger
    • http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/verbs5.htm
    • http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/verbs6.htm
    • ANEXOS
    • 6