Present Perfect Read the examples and underline the correct words in the rules. I’ve had some difficult passengers I haven’t had any major problems Have you had any accidents? Yes, I have. No, I haven’t
We use the present perfect simple to talk about:
We ____________ to say when the experiences happened
Complete the rules with the correct words from the box past participle n't short answers have/ has
We form the present perfect with _____ + _______
We form the negative with has/ have + _______ + past participle
We form _______ with the subject + have/haven’t
Present Perfect have / has past participle In Spanish it is represented with the endings: [ado, ido, to, so, cho] +
have has Present Perfect I, we, you, they he, she, it or a plural noun or a singular noun
Present Perfect have has apostrophe + ve ('ve) Example:I have finished my work. I’ve finished my work apostrophe + s ('s) Example: He has finished his work. He’s finished his work
have not has not Present Perfect haven't hasn't Example:I have not finished my work. I haven’t finished my work Example: He has not finished his work. He hasn’t finished his work
qUeStIoNs The helping verb (have / has) precedes the subject
Have you fallen in love?
Has he played Wii?
How long have you lived here?
aNsWeRs The helping verb (have / has) is used in a short answer to a yes/no question A: Have you seen that movie? B: Yes, I have / No, I haven’t A: Has Al fallen in love? B: Yes, he has / No, he hasn’t
Present Perfect It expresses activities or situations that occurred (or did not occur) “before now”, at same unspecified time in the past. **
Pete has already eaten lunch
Have you ever eaten at that restaurant?
I ’ve never eaten there
** If the exact time is specified, the simple past tense is used. S. T. John ate lunch at 12:00 U. T. John has already eaten lunch.
Present Perfect It expresses activities that were repeated several or many times in the past. The exact times are unspecified.
Pete has eaten at that restaurant many times.
I ’ve had three tests so far this week
Present Perfect When the Present Perfect is used with since or for , it expresses situations that began in the past and continue to the present.
Erica has lived in this city since 1989
I have known Ben for 10 years
We’ ve been in this group since the last August.
Write about someone you admire, and the things s/he has done in the life?