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Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives
Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives
Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives
Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives
Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives
Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives
Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives
Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives
Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives
Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives
Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives
Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives
Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives
Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives
Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives
Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives
Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives
Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives
Present perfect - Normal-Strong-Adjectives
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  • 1. What have they been doing? (Present Perfect Simple / Continuous) How do they feel? (Normal and Strong adjectives)
  • 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. What’s wrong with them? 1. She / fight / sister. She is ________. 2. She / be / hairdresser’s. She is ________.
  • 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. What’s the matter with them? 3. He / run / rain. He must be _____. 4. He / work / snow. He must be _____.
  • 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. What’s wrong with them? 5. He / see / ghost. He feels _____. 6. He / watch / scary movie. He feels ______.
  • 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. What’s the matter with them? 7. He / run / marathon. He feels ______. 8. He / be awake / all night. He feels ________.
  • 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. What’s wrong with them? 9. She / eat / ice-cream. She is ______. 10. He / work / coal mine. He is ________.
  • 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. What’s the matter with them? 11. She / take photos / desert. 12. He / clean / all morning. She’s probably ______ . He’s probably _______.
  • 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. What’s the matter with them? 13. She / swim / Hawai. She looks ______. 14.They / watch / football match. They look _______.
  • 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. What’s the matter with them? 15. Someone / tell / joke. She found it _______. 16.They / drink / too much. They look _________.
  • 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. Stop, stop! She’s gonna pee!

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