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Title: Present Perfect Tense Have/Has + V3 (past participle) Wed


1
Present Perfect Tense Have/Has V3 (past
participle)
  • Wed, 26 March 2008
  • eko_at_stikom.edu

2
Present Perfect Tense
  • to talk about past actions with some importance
    now
  • to tell about the new things that have happened
  • to tell the activity done up to now
  • use with already, yet, and just

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to talk about past actions with some importance
now
  • He is not here. He has gone to Paris.
  • We have bought a new car.
  • Can I take this newspaper? Have you finished with
    it?
  • Have you ever visited London?
  • That student has not finished her English test.

4
Exercise 1
  • Page 21 part 1and 2
  • Page 23 24 part 1, 3 and 5

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to tell about the new things that have happened
  • The Prime Minister has arrived at Washington for
    talks with the President
  • Garuda has burnt at Adi Sucipto Airport
  • The engineer has found a big oil reservoir at
    Kepulauan Seribu

6
Exercise 2
  • Page 25 part 1, 2, and 4
  • Page 26 part 1

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to tell the activity done up to now (use since
and for)
  • I have been here since Tuesday
  • We have known Marry since 1980 in Malaysia
  • The student has been here for about three hours
  • My father has had this car for ten years.

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Exercise 3
  • Page 27 28 part 1, 3, 4, and 5

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use with already, yet, and just
  • Where is Marry? She has already gone home.
  • Are Jane and Dave here? They have just arrived.
  • Have you spoken to John yet? No, not yet. He
    hasnt come yet.
  • Already (before you/I expected) ? after have/has
  • Just (a short time ago) ? after have/has
  • Yet (until now) ? in negative/question, put at
    the end

10
Exercise 4
  • Page 29 part 1, 2, 3, and 4

11
Present Perfect Continuous (have/has been
V-ing)
  • Wed, 26 March 2008

12
Compare these sentences
  • I have been repairing the TV for hours
  • I have repaired the TV. Are you happy?
  • (1) the activity is being spoken about and we
    are not sure if the TV is fixed yet or not. (2),
    there is no doubt that it has been repaired
  • I have been writing the letters for two hours
  • I have written four letters
  • P.Perf Prog (PPP) is often talk about how long
    and P.Perfect (PP) to talk about how many
  • I have lived in this town all my life
  • I have been living with my girlfriend for a month
  • P.Perfect to show permanence and P.Perf Prog
    (PPP)is for a shorter period of time

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Pres Perfect Continuous
  • To talk about the action that started in the past
    and is either still continuing or recently
    finished.
  • 1. I have been reading that book all morning
  • 2. I am tired. I have been jogging for an hour
  • To talk unsure activity is already finished or
    not
  • (Look at the previous examples)
  • To say how long something has been happening
  • 1. They have been learning English for a year.
  • 2. Have you been sitting here waiting for long?

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  • They've been playing in the garden I've been
    cutting onions I've been working hard all
    day I've been working in the garden I've been
    reading documents all morning
  • I've been waiting two hours for you I've been
    walking in the rain I've been writing letters to
    everyone I've been running in the sun I've been
    decorating the house
  • 1. I am sweating because...
  • 2. I've been crying because...
  • 3. My clothes are all wet because...
  • 4. I'm really angry because...
  • 5. I'm very tired because...
  • 6. There are envelopes everywhere because...
  • 7. The children are exhausted because...
  • 8. There is paint on the floor because...
  • 9. My eyes are tired because...
  • 10. My hands are dirty because...
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