Jerónimo's Lesson

Present Perfect

Present Perfect

*To express things you have done in your life.

*To express number of times you have done something.

*To express situations that started in the past and are still true.

*To describe recently completed actions which are important now.

*There is always a connection with the past and with the present.

I have done all my homework.

Toby has eaten all the cookies.

We have eaten at that restaurant many times.

He has worked in the bank for five years.

Affirmative Form

*The auxiliary verb (have) is conjugated in the Present Simple: have, has.

*The main verb is invariable in past participle form: -ed (or irregular)

HAVE: I, You, We and They.

HAS: She, He and It.

Negative

*For negative sentences we insert not between the auxiliary verb and the main verb.

Interrogative

*For question sentences, we exchange the subject and the auxiliary verb.

Ex: She has not been in Rome.

Ex: Have your ever seen the Harry Potter movies?

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Past Participle

Jerónimo's Lesson. Class 9. Present Perfect.

By Valentina Rodríguez Ramírez

Jerónimo's Lesson. Class 9. Present Perfect.

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