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Title: Present Perfect Tense


1
Present Perfect Tense
  • Have V (third form)
  • Has V (third form)
  • - I have written all these books.

2
We use it
  • When the time of the action in the past is not
    known or not given.
  • When a past action has results in the present.
  • for example She has already won Wimbledon.
  • or They havent done it.

3
Present Perfect Have I has past participle
  • I've just washed the dishes, fed the dog and
    cooked dinner.
  • What have you done, George?

I've just painted the bench you're sitting on.
4
Regular Verbs Regular Verbs
Affirmative Affirmative Negative Negative Interrogative Interrogative
Long form Long form Short form Long form Long form Short form
I have walked I have walked I've walked 'I have not walked 'I have not walked I haven't walked Have I walked? Have I walked?
You have walked You have walked You've walked You have not walked You have not walked You haven't walked Have you walked? Have you walked?
He has walked He has walked He's walked He has not walked He has not walked He hasn't walked Has he walked? Has he walked?
She has walked She has walked She's walked She has not walked She has not walked She hasn't walked Has she walked? Has she walked?
It has walked It has walked It's walked It has not walked It has not walked It hasn't walked Has it walked? Has it walked?
We have walked We have walked We've walked We have not walked We have not walked We haven't walked Have we walked? Have we walked?
You have walked You have walked You've walked You have not walked You have not walked You haven't walked Have you walked? Have you walked?
They have walked They have walked They've walked They have not walked They have not walked They haven't walked Have they walked? Have they walked?

5
Spelling
Stop stopped study
studied type - typed Prefer
preferred play played smoke -
smoked

6
Irregular Verbs Irregular Verbs Irregular Verbs
Affirmative Affirmative Negative Negative Interrogative Interrogative
Long form Long form Short form Long form Long form Short form
I have eaten I have eaten I've eaten I have not eaten I have not eaten I haven't eaten Have I eaten? Have I eaten?
You have eaten You have eaten You've eaten You have not eaten You have not eaten You haven't eaten Have you eaten? Have you eaten?
He has eaten He has eaten He's eaten He has not eaten He has not eaten He hasn't eaten Has he eaten? Has he eaten?
She has eaten She has eaten She's eaten She has not eaten She has not eaten She hasn't eaten Has she eaten? Has she eaten?
It has eaten It has eaten It's eaten It has not eaten It has not eaten It hasn't eaten Has it eaten? Has it eaten?
We have eaten We have eaten We've eaten We have not eaten We have not eaten We haven't eaten Have we eaten? Have we eaten?
You have eaten You have eaten You've eaten You have not eaten You have not eaten You haven't eaten Have you eaten? Have you eaten?
They have eaten They have eaten They've eaten They have not eaten They have not eaten They haven't eaten Have they eaten? Have they eaten?

7
Time expressions
  • - just, ever, never, already, yet, always,
  • - how long, so far, for, since, recently.

8
Present Perfect versus Past Simple
  • Present Perfect
  • Just, ever, never, yet, always, how long, for,
    recently.
  • Past Simple
  • Yesterday, last night, last week, last month,
    last year, ago, then, when, in 1973 etc.
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