By now, you should know how we form the past simple and the present perfect... but when do we use them?In conclusion, the pastsimple is used todescribe finished timeperiods, and the presentperfect is used todescribe unfinished timeperiods.
What tense do you relate these time expressions with?yesterday, two days ago, last PAST SIMPLEweek, when I was a child, in 2009 always, in the last two years, allPRESENT PERFECT my life, ever, for ten years, since 1995
Grammar Present perfect and past simpleComplete the sentences with thepresent perfect and past simpleaffirmative form of the verbs inbrackets. Theysaw (see) me at the train station yesterday. saw He’s always enjoyed (enjoy) football. ’ enjoyed s You came (come) to London with me a year ago. came We’ve seen (see) him play football a lot in the last month. ’ve seen The best book I’ve everrea (read) is Don Quijote. ’ read finished ve d She finished (finish) her English homework at eight o’clock.
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