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20 Questions Present Perfect Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Twenty Questions The Present Perfect
  • 2. Twenty Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
  • 3. 1. Do we use the Present Perfect to introduce experiences we have/haven’t had?
    • Yes !
    • I have been to New York.
    • (I’ve been to New York)
    • I have never eaten sushi.
    • (I’ve never eaten sushi)
  • 4. 2.Do we use the present perfect to give extra details about our experiences in the past?
    • No, we don’t.
    • Experience: I have been to New York
    • Extra information : past simple...
    • I went in 2005. It was very hot and I didn’t like the food.
  • 5. 3. Do we use the present perfect for an action that started and finished in the past?
    • No, we don’t. But, we can use it for actions that started in the past and continue now.
    • - I have had this watch for 5 years.
  • 6.
    • Is this correct? - I have known Mary since 2 years.
    • No! We use for to introduce a period of time and since to introduce a specific moment .
    • - I have known Mary for 2 years .
    • or - I have known Mary since 2007 .
  • 7. 5. How long have you been at this school?
    • examples : For 3 years / Since 2005.
  • 8.
    • Order this sentence : been Australia to Have ever you ?
    • Have you ever been to Australia?
  • 9. 7. Do we use ‘yet’ in afirmative statements?
    • No, we don’t.
    • We use ‘yet’ in questions and negative statements.
    • - Have you eaten your sandwich yet ?
    • - She hasn’t arrived yet .
  • 10. 8. Answer the question using ‘already’. - Have you done your homework yet?
    • Yes, I’ve already done it.
  • 11. 9. If Peter lives in London but has gone to Paris, where is he now?
    • Peter is still in Paris.
  • 12. 10. What is the difference between – They have been / gone to Big Ben.
    • If they have been to Big Ben they are not there now but they have had this experience.
    • If they have gone to Big Ben they are still there now.
  • 13. 11. Think of something you have never experienced that you would love to
    • Examples : I’ve never been to India.
    • I’ve never flown in a helicopter.
  • 14. 12. How do we form the present perfect? Choose from the list below...
    • subject-have-past participle
    had/have/past simple/past participle /subject/
  • 15. 13. Peter and Paul aren’t at home...re-order the words gone/ cinema/ They/ to/ have/ the
    • They have gone to the cinema.
  • 16. 14. Jane has a problem...re-order the words homework I done my yet haven’t
    • I haven’t done my homework yet.
    • Have you?!
  • 17. 15. Complete this sentence so it’s true for you I ......... .......... (be) to Argentina.
    • possible answers:
    • - I’ve been to Argentina.
    • - I haven’t been to Argentina.
    • or I’ve never been to Argentina.
  • 18.
    • Say the past participles of : feel, leave, lose, smell
    • felt
    • left
    • lost
    • smelt
  • 19.
    • Make a present perfect question. ever / you / meet / a famous film star ?
    • Have you ever met a famous film star?
  • 20.
    • Has she finished her lunch .....? Yes, she’s ....... finished it.
    • Has she finished her lunch yet ?
    • Yes, she’s already/just finished it.
  • 21. 19. What past tense is often contrasted with the present perfect ?.
    • I’ve known Tom for ten years.
    • Past Simple:
    • I met him in 1998.
  • 22.
    • Say the past participle of : drink, ring, sing, swim
    • drunk
    • rung
    • sung
    • swum