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Present perfect vs present perfect continuous.pptx

  1. 1. Present perfect vs present perfect continuous Name: Odalis Margoth Taco Level: Eighth “A”
  2. 2. 01 02 03 It is used to show an action that happened in the past that is directly related to the present. The main verbs always use the auxiliary verbs. The main verb takes a participle form. Present perfect
  3. 3. Examples ● I have not slept well since my thesis started. ● I have slept well since my thesis started.
  4. 4. ● Have you eaten lunch yet? The auxiliary verb comes first, followed by the subject, and then the past participle of the main verb [have/has] + [subject] + [past participle] ● Have you read this book? 01 02 The present perfect for questions
  5. 5. Present perfect continuous
  6. 6. It shows that something started in the past and is continuing at the present time. 01 has/have been + the present participle (+ing) 02 It usually emphasizes duration, or the amount of time that an action has been taking place. Present perfect continuous 03
  7. 7. ● You have been waiting here for two hours. Examples ● You have not been waiting here for two hours.
  8. 8. Questions in Present Perfect Continuous To make questions in the Present Perfect Continuous, put ‘have/has’ before the subject and add ‘been + ‘-ing’ form of the verb: ● Have you been watching the fifa world cup? ● Has she been studying japanese this year?
  9. 9. Conclusion ● The main difference between present perfect and present perfect continuous is that present perfect refers to the action which has been completed in the past and on the other hand, present perfect continuous emphasizes sentences that are not confirmed whether the action is completed or not.
  10. 10. CRÉDITOS: Esta plantilla para presentaciones es una creación de Slidesgo, e incluye iconos de Flaticon, infografías e imágenes de Freepik y contenido de José Escobedo ¡Thank you!
  11. 11. CRÉDITOS: Esta plantilla para presentaciones es una creación de Slidesgo, e incluye iconos de Flaticon, infografías e imágenes de Freepik y contenido de José Escobedo References ● Ellis, M. (2022, July 19). What Is the Present Perfect Tense?. grammarly blog. What Is the Present Perfect Tense? Definition and Examples | Grammarly ● GRAMMARTOP. (2019, March 19). Present Perfect Continuous. Present Perfect Continuous: Negative & Questions - GrammarTOP.com

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