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    Present perfect Present perfect Presentation Transcript

    • THE PRESENT PERFECT HAVE / HAS + PAST PARTICIPLE
    • The Present Perfect
      • He HAS just FOUND A four-leaf clover.
      THE PRESENT PERFECT
    • Form of the Present Perfect Has + Subject + past participle has not + past participle has + past participle He She It Question Have + Subject + past participle Negative have not + past participle Positive have + past participle I You We They
    • EXAMPLES
      • AFFIRMATIVE :
      • He HAS BOUGHT a skateboard.
      • INTERROGATIVE:
      • HAS Bart BOUGHT a bike?
      • NEGATIVE:
      • He HASN´T bOUGHT a bike, he has
      • bought a skateboard,
    • PAST PARTICIPLES
      • For regula r verbs, just add “ ed ”.
      • He has finish ED.
      • For irregular verbs, use the participle form (see LIST OF IRREGULAR VERBS , 3rd column).
      • They have EATEN
    • Use of Present Perfect
      • Action still going on :
      • School has not start ed yet.
      • Action that stopped recently :
      • She has cook ed dinner.
    • Use of Present Perfect
      • Finished action that has an influence on the present :
      • I have lost my key.
      • Action that has taken place once, never or several times before the moment of speaking :
      • I have never been to Australia
    • Signal Words of Present Perfect
      • Already
      • Ever
      • Just
      • Never
      • Yet / Not yet
      • For
      • Since
      • So far
      • Till now
      • Up to now
    • Exercises on Present Perfect
      • HAVE OR HAS?
      • POSITIVE SENTENCES
      • NEGATIVE SENTENCES
      • QUESTIONS
      • TEST 1 on PRESENT PERFECT
      • TEST 2 on PRESENT PERFECT
      • TEST 3 on PRESENT PERFECT