What is the present perfect? We use the present perfect to describe an action that happened just before now. You cannot use the present perfect to say things like: yesterday, one year ago, when I lived in japan, that day, one day, etc.
How do we make the present perfect? To make the present perfect you have to add a auxility verb and a verb in past principle, together with a subject. For example: -You have seen that movie many times. -I think i have met him once before. -People have traveled to the moon. -Have you read the book yet?
For an easy way to remember how to make the present perfect is to remember this table: SUBJECT+ AUXILITY VERB+ VERB IN PAST PARTICIPLE.
The present perfect in positive form I/YOU/WE/THEY HAVE SPOKEN HAS SPOKEN HE/SHE/IT
The present perfect in negative form I/YOU/WE/THEY HE/SHE/IT HAVEN'T SPOKEN HASN'T SPOKEN
Present perfect of the verb “go” I have gone. I haven't gone. You have gone. You haven't gone. He/She/It has gone. He/she/it hasn't gone. They have gone. They haven't gone. We have gone. We haven't gone. POSITIVE NEGATIVE
The present perfect of the verb “eat” I have eaten. I haven't eaten. You have eaten. You haven't eaten. He/she/it have eaten. He/she/it hasn't eaten. They have eaten. They haven't eaten. We have eaten. We haven't eaten. POSITIVE NEGATIVE
The present perfect of the verb “see” POSITIVE NEGATIVE I have seen. I haven't seen. You have seen. You haven't seen. He/she/it has seen. He/she/it hasn't seen. They have seen. They haven't seen. We have seen. We haven't seen.
The present perfect of the verb “meet” I have met. I haven't met. You have met. You haven't met. He/she/it has met. He/she/it hasn't met. They have met. They have met. We have met. We have met. POSITIVE NEGATIVE
The present perfect of the verb “walk” POSITIVE NEGATIVE I have walked. I haven't walked. You have walked. You haven't walked. He/she/it have walked. He/she/it hasn't walked. They have walked. They haven't walked. We have walked. We haven't walked.
THE END! Hayley Duckering 2B Oliver Deadman 2B