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Things I have done

Things I have done

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  • 1. Present Perfect
  • 2. 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
  • 3.
    • We use the present perfect simple to talk about:
    • We ____________ to say when the experiences happened
  • 4. 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
  • 5. Present Perfect have / has past participle In Spanish it is represented with the endings: [ado, ido, to, so, cho] +
  • 6. have has Present Perfect I, we, you, they he, she, it or a plural noun or a singular noun
  • 7. 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
  • 8. 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
  • 9. qUeStIoNs The helping verb (have / has) precedes the subject
    • Have you fallen in love?
    • Has he played Wii?
    • How long have you lived here?
  • 10. 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
  • 11. 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.
  • 12. 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
  • 13. 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.
  • 14. Write about someone you admire, and the things s/he has done in the life?