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    • 3 I HAVE.... I have been to Disney World(USA) I have studied at UAB I have climbed Canigó I have played basketball I 've won a scholarship to England 1 2 4 5
    • PRACTISE WITH THE FOLLOWING PICTURES I have watched TV I have played tennis I have listened to music I have danced I have studied French I have lived in Vilafant
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    • HOW TO USE THE PRESENT PERFECT ?
      • We don't know when the action happened
      • The time when the action happened is not important
      • To talk about personal experience
    • I have just sent a letter For very recent actions
      • There's no change in the situation
      I haven't done my homework yet She still hasn't finished the project
      • There's a change in the situation
      They have already watched this film
    • I have lived in Vilafant 4 years A few years 2 weeks a long time ages How long have you lived in Vilafant? FOR
    • I have studied English last summer last week Monday morning my birthday the moment I saw you 12 th June SINCE A specific moment in time when the action started
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    • I've known you since I was a child ( I still know you) She's had this book for a long time( I still have it) The present perfect describes an action which started in the past and continues in the present