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English - The Present Perfect Tense

English - The Present Perfect Tense



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Present Perfect Tense
The autumnhasalreadyarrivedHow do youknow?
Present Perfect Tense
FORM: have / has + past participleAffirmative:Ihave seenthe film before.Shehas seenthe film before.Interrogative:Haveyouseenthe film before? Hassheseenthe film before? Negative: Theyhaven’tseenthe film before.Hehasn’tseenthe film before.
1-Recent events: It is used to describerecent eventswithout a definite time. The idea of time or place inthe speaker’s mind makes the event recent. A timeexpression may emphasize recentness:just,recently, lately
Present Perfect Tense
Uses of the present perfect
Why are they so happy?They havejustwon a prize sothey are really pleased

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