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We all love watching movies


What kind of films do you


Give an example of movie for each category

What do we use present

perfect for?
To discuss events that have just been completed at
the moment of speaking:
I have just finished my homework:

It is often used to suggest that a past action still has

an effect upon something happening in the present.
He has been in a car accident. (So now he is in the

It is often used to discuss events that have been

happening over a period of time, but aren't finished
Mary has worked as a teacher for 25 years.

Yet, For and Since

The time markers for Present Perfect tense are very
important and need not be overlooked.
Yet is used to talk about an action that isnt completed,
but it will be soon.
I havent eaten lunch yet. (this implies that you will do so
I havent seen John yet today.

For is used to express the length of an

I have studied for 10 years.
I have worked for 2 hours so far.

Since is used to express the specific

time an activity started
I have been a teacher since 1995
I havent written a letter since last year.

He is a real fan!

When using present perfect

We always use have/has
We use the past participle of verbs.

Making negatives

What kind of music do you


How can we classify music?

What type of music do you like? What kind of music you

DONT like?
What was the last concert you went?

They have it clear

Lets listen to people talking about music

Have you ever?

We also use present perfect for experiences in life
(check the uses indicated before)

TV or not TV?

Can you classify these words?

TV Equipment

TV Programmes

TV Verbs

Are you a Telly addict?

Take a look at the chart.
Does any of these
sentences reflect your

Listen to Jo and Toby talking about TV habits.

Tick or cross the Toby column on the chart. How many

tickets did he get?

Kill your TV!

Surprised or surprising?
-ed' adjectives
Adjectives that end in-edare used to describe how
people feel:
'He wassurprisedto find that he had been upgraded
to first class.
'I wasconfusedby the findings of the report.
'She felttiredafter working hard all day.'

-ing' adjectives
Adjectives that end in-ingare used to describe things
and situations. Compare these example sentences to
the ones above:
Being upgraded to first class issurprising.
The findings of this report areconfusing.
'Working hard all day istiring.'



Something (noun)
is/are interest-ING.

I am/I feel interest-ED in.



Barak Obama

The President

Lord of the Rings

The Lord of the Rings