Present perfect TIME EXPRESSIONSUSE: YET - To express recent events that affect the present moment. Remember that if we give - She hasn’t tidied up her room yet a specific time in the past, we will use Past simple: ? Has she tidied up her room yet? - Ex: My sister has played football. - My sister played football yesterday ALREADY - Time expressions: yet (-, ?), already (+), just (+), ever (?) + She has already tidied up her room. JUST + She has just tidied up her room. Remember! REGULAR VERB: V+ED EVER IRREGULAR VERB: 3rd column ? Has she ever tidied up her room?+ S + HAVE/HAS + Past Participle …Ex: My sister has played football.- S + HAVEN’T /HASN’T + Past Participle …Ex: My sister hasn’t played football.? (Wh-) HAVE/HAS + S + Past Participle …?Ex: Has my sister played football?Yes, she has /// No, she hasn’t
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