The Present Perfect Tense

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The Present Perfect Tense

  1. 1. THE PRESENT PERFECT By Frank Chavira
  2. 2. Have you surfed on the sea? No, I haven´t.
  3. 3. THE PRESENT PERFECT TENSE  We use it to… 1. describe something that happened in the past without specifying when it happened. 2. talk about something that started in the past and countinues up to the present.
  4. 4. HOW DO WE MAKE PRESENT PERFECT SENTENCES?  Affirmative  Negative  Interrogative
  5. 5. AFFIRMATIVE I have seen Star Wars many times.  Subject + have + verb (past participle) + comp.  He has seen Star Wars many times.  Subject + has + verb (past participle) + comp.  Subject Auxiliary Verb Past Part. Complement I have We They seen He She It has Star Wars many times. You´ve We have have I´ve You have I You Contractions We´ve They have The´ve He has He’s She has She’s It has It’s
  6. 6. NEGATIVE     I have not learnt how to drive. Subject + have + not + verb (past participle) + comp. He has not learnt how to drive. Subject + has + not + verb (past participle) + comp. Subject Auxiliary Not Verb Past Part. Complement I have not We They not He It has learnt how to drive. We haven´t They have not The haven´’t He has not have You haven´t We have not You I haven´t You have not I She Contractions He hasn´’t She has not She hasn´t It has not It hasn´t
  7. 7. INTERROGATIVE Have you found your dress?  Have + subject + verb (p. p.) + comp. + ?  Has she found your dress?  Has + subject + verb (p. p.) + comp. + ?  Auxilia ry Subjec t Verb Past Part. Complement Question mark found your dress ? I you Have we they he Has she it

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