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Present perfect and past simple
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Present perfect and past simple

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  1. Present Perfect and Past Simple<br />PepaMut<br />
  2. Present Perfect<br />Affirmative form <br />Present Perfect<br />Negative and Questions<br />I have seen<br />You have written<br />He has watched<br />She has studied<br />It has stopped<br />We have left<br />You have finished<br />They have come<br />I haven’t worked<br />She hasn’t helped<br />Have you seen him?<br /> Yes, I have.<br /> No, I haven’t.<br />Has she watched it?<br /> Yes, she has.<br /> No, she hasn’t.<br />Time expressions:<br />just, yet, already, never, ever, for, since…<br />
  3. TIMEEXPRESSIONS<br />I have studied English for ten years.<br />He’s been ill since Monday.<br />I’ve already done my homework.<br />Have youeverbeen to France?<br />I have never tried Japanese food.<br />I have just called him.<br />Have you finished yet?<br />I haven’t finished yet.<br />These are some time expressions used with the Present Perfect.<br />
  4. Present Perfect<br />Past Simple<br />She has been ill since Monday. She’s still in bed.<br />She was ill last week. Now, she’s back to work.<br />
  5. Present Perfect and Past Simple<br />Marge and Homer met, fell in love and later got married.<br />Marge and Homer have had three children.<br />
  6. We use the Present Perfect to talk about:<br />-actions that started in the past and continue to the present: <br />They have been here for an hour.<br />-actions completed in the past that are still relevant:<br />She has lived here since 2001.<br />-actions completed at an unspecified time:<br />She has already read the book.<br />We use the Past Simple to talk about completed actions at a specific time:<br />She read the book last summer.<br />

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