Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives

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Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives

  1. 1. What have they been doing? (Present Perfect Simple / Continuous) How do they feel? (Normal and Strong adjectives)
  2. 2. Uses of the Present Perfect Present Perfect Simple • For past experiences, when we don’t say exactly when they happened. I have been to Chicago, but I haven’t been to Boston. • For recent past actions (often with “just”). I’ve just passed my driving test. • With “yet” and “already”. I’ve already bought a car. • Present Perfect + for /since with non-action verbs to talk about something which started in the past and is still true now. I have been a teacher for thirteen years. Present Perfect Continuous • Present Perfect Continuous + for /since with action verbs to talk about something which started in the past and is still true now. I have been teaching at this school for three years. • For continuous or repeated actions which have been happening very recently. The actions have usually just finished. I’ve been walking on the beach every day till last week.
  3. 3. What’s wrong with them? 1. She / fight / sister. She is ________. 2. She / be / hairdresser’s. She is ________.
  4. 4. What’s wrong with them? She’s been fighting with her sister. She’s been to the hairdresser’s. She is angry. She is furious.
  5. 5. What’s the matter with them? 3. He / run / rain. He must be _____. 4. He / work / snow. He must be _____.
  6. 6. What’s the matter with them? He’s been running under the rain. He’s been working under the snow. He must be cold. He must be freezing.
  7. 7. What’s wrong with them? 5. He / see / ghost. He feels _____. 6. He / watch / scary movie. He feels ______.
  8. 8. What’s the matter with them? He has seen a ghost. He feels scared. He’s watched a scary movie. He feels terrified.
  9. 9. What’s the matter with them? 7. He / run / marathon. He feels ______. 8. He / be awake / all night. He feels ________.
  10. 10. What’s the matter with them? He’s been running a marathon. He feels tired. He has been awake all night. He feels exhausted.
  11. 11. What’s wrong with them? 9. She / eat / ice-cream. She is ______. 10. He / work / coal mine. He is ________.
  12. 12. What’s wrong with them? She’s been eaten an ice-cream. He’s been working in a coal mine. She is dirty. He is filthy.
  13. 13. What’s the matter with them? 11. She / take photos / desert. 12. He / clean / all morning. She’s probably ______ . He’s probably _______.
  14. 14. What’s the matter with them? She’s been taking photos in the desert. She’s probably hot. He’s been cleaning all morning. He’s probably boiling.
  15. 15. What’s the matter with them? 13. She / swim / Hawai. She looks ______. 14.They / watch / football match. They look _______.
  16. 16. What’s the matter with them? She’s been swimming in Hawai. She looks happy. They’ve been watching a football match. They look delighted.
  17. 17. What’s the matter with them? 15. Someone / tell / joke. She found it _______. 16.They / drink / too much. They look _________.
  18. 18. What’s the matter with them? Someone has told her a joke. She found it funny. They’ve been drinking too much. They look hilarious.
  19. 19. Stop, stop! She’s gonna pee!

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