Tenses (v) present perfect simple

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Tenses (v) present perfect simple

  1. 1. Tenses (V) – Present perfect simple
  2. 2. Use Unfinished periods of time, experiences (up to now). E.g: - I’ve had too much work this week. - I’ve never tried sushi. Put enphasis on the result. E.g: - She has written five letters. Signal words: • already • ever • just • never • not yet • so far • till now • up to now • (...)
  3. 3. Use Form: • For irregular verbs  use 3rd column (past participle) • For regular verbs  add –ed EXCEPTIONS –ed  the same as simple past
  4. 4. Affirmative form I have  “have”  I, you, we, they you have and the plural form of nouns he/she/it has  “has”  he, she, it and the we have singular form of nouns you have they have Subject + verb “have” + past participle + ... E.g: - I’ve bought a new laptop.
  5. 5. Negative form We put “not” between the form of have and the past participle. (subject + verb “have” + NOT + past participle + ...) E.g: I haven’t bought a new laptop.
  6. 6. Interrogative form We swop the places of subject and the form of have. (verb “have” + subject + past participle + ...?) E.g: - Have you bought a new laptop? - Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.

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