Demo to
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Demo to

on

  • 164 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
164
Views on SlideShare
164
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Demo to Demo to Presentation Transcript

    • Column A ___ 1. Logos (logos) ___2. Pathos ___3. Therme ___4. Audire ___5. Flexus ___6. Anthropos ___7. Geos ___8. Bios ___9. Crede or credos ___10. Que Column B a. Suffering b. Earth c. Hear d. Life e. Study of f. Seek, ask g. Heat h. Human i. Bend j. Believe
    • Present Perfect Tense
    • • Present Perfect Tense is used to express the following: 1. Action just completed. Ex.: We have just finished our project. 2. Action in the indefinite past. Ex.: My friends have already been to Baguio. 3. Action that began in the past and which continues to the present. Ex.: Mrs. Francisco has taught in this school for ten years now. Marilou has been studying for the exams since last week.
    • • These Time Expressions are used with the present perfect tense. 1. Recently, Lately • Recently and Lately both denote action in the indefinite past. Recently is used in affirmative sentences, while lately is used in negative sentences. Ex.: – I have recently filed my application for the college entrance test. – I have not heard any news about him lately.
    • 2. Already, Yet • Already and Yet are also used to indicate indefinite time. Already denotes actions that have been completed; yet denotes actions not completed at the present time. Ex.: – Margie has already been to Nayong Pilipino. – She has not yet joined the English Club.
    • 3. Never, Ever • Never is used with statements, while ever is used with questions. Ex.: – Jay has never been to Baguio City. – Have you ever thought of joining a folk dance troupe?
    • These are the forms of the present perfect tense: • Has/ have + past participle of the main verb (the present perfect tense) • Has/ have + been + verb- ing ( the present perfect continuous)
    • • Write the correct form of the verb to complete the sentence. 1. Gemma (submit) _____ her term paper already. (present perfect tense) 2. We (go) ______ to national museum several times. (present perfect tense) 3. The Prietos (live) ______ in Manila since 1970. (present perfect continuous tense) 4. Parents (guide) ______ their children all their lives. (present perfect continuous tense) 5. My nieces (study) ______ for five years. (present perfect continuous tense)