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Roger and Marc (3r B)
 

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    Roger and Marc (3r B) Roger and Marc (3r B) Presentation Transcript

    • [has/have + past participle]Examples:You have seen that movie manytimes.Have you seen that movie manytimes?You have not seen that movie manytimes.
    • 1) Result of an action in the past isimportant in the presentI have cleaned my room.2) Recently completed actionHe has just played handball.3) State beginning in the past andstill continuingWe have lived in Canada since 1986.4) together with lately, recently, yetI have been to London recently.
    • Just, yet, never, already, ever, sofar, up to now, recently, since, forWe use for with a period of time, forexample: a few days, half an hour, two years.We use since with the time when the actionstarted, for example: last year, June 8, I metyou.
    • Past simple: Finished action with norelevance now: Yesterday, Lastweek, Last night, this morning (ifit’s finished)Present perfect: actions in the pastwith an effect now: I have boughtsome food.