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Title: Self-Access Learning


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Self-Access Learning
  • Present Perfect Tense

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Present perfect tense
We form the present perfect tense with have /
has past participle.
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Present perfect tense
Irregular verbs
Present Past Present perfect
do
be
write
eat
draw
break
speak
have / has done
did
have / has been
was/were
wrote
have / has written
ate
have / has eaten
drew
have / has drawn
broke
have / has broken
spoke
have / has spoken
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Present perfect tense
Irregular verbs
Present Past Present perfect
take
ride
drink
swim
throw
see
go
have / has taken
took
have / has ridden
rode
have / has drunk
drank
swam
have / has swum
threw
have / has thrown
saw
have / has seen
went
have / has gone
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Present perfect tense
Irregular verbs
Present Past Present perfect
sweep
make
get
have / has swept
swept
have / has made
made
got
have / has got
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Present perfect tense
Regular verbs
Present Past Present perfect
paint
move
tidy
have / has painted
painted
moved
have / has moved
tidied
have / has tidied
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Example (1)
We use the Present Perfect tense to show the
result of an action.
e.g. (a) Ben is eating a chicken leg.
(b) Ben has eaten a chicken leg.
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Example (2)
We cannot use the Present Perfect tense with
adverbs of time, e.g. yesterday, two weeks ago.
?
I have done my homework yesterday.
? I did my homework yesterday.
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Practice (1)
Present
Past
Present perfect
made
have / has made
e.g. make
did
have / has done
1 do
tidied
have / has tidied
2 tidy
ate
3 eat
have / has eaten
drew
have / has drawn
4 draw
took
have / has taken
5 take
painted
have / has painted
6 paint
7 write
have / has written
wrote
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Practice (2)
Present
Past
Present perfect
rode
8 ride
have / has ridden
9 swim
swam
have / has swum
10 sweep
swept
have / has swept
moved
have / has moved
11 move
12 see
saw
have / has seen
13 speak
spoke
have / has spoken
14 cook
cooked
have / has cooked
15 break
broke
have / has broken
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ever / never
In the Present Perfect tense, we use ever
(question) and never (answer) to express
frequency.
Have you ever celebrated the Oktoberfest
Festival ? (question)
No,Ive never celebrated the Oktoberfest
Festival. (answer)
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Past tense Present perfect tense
? actions that happened in the past
? actions that started in the past and
continue to the present
e.g. I sang yesterday.
e.g. Ive sung for two hours.
? actions that have just finished
e.g. Ive just sung a famous song.
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Past tense Present perfect tense
? We know the specific point of time of
the action.
? We do not know the time of the action.
e.g. Ive drawn a picture already.
e.g. I drew a picture last
night.
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Past tense Present perfect tense
Past Tense
Present Perfect Tense
? verb - 1 word
? verb - 2 words
e.g. I started playing the violin in 2000.
e.g. Ive played the violin since 2000.
? Hint words yesterday, last night,
last Sunday, last year, ago, in 2000
? Hint words since, for, already,
just, yet, ever
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Practice (2)
e.g. I _______ a dress two weeks ago. (make)
made
1 I ______________ in Hong Kong since 1990.
(live) 2 My parents _______ our house in 2000.
(buy) 3 Miss Lee ___________ at my school
for two years. (teach) 4 Tom _______ his
uncle one month ago. (visit) 5 Polly and Dolly
__________ friends since last year. (be) 6
The baby __________ for four hours. (sleep)
have lived
bought
has taught
visited
have been
has slept
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