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Published on December 15, 2007

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PRESENT PERFECT TENSE: PRESENT PERFECT TENSE designed by Demet MATYAR PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT They have played tennis. PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT How long have they been married? They have been married for 45 years. PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT She has swum  in the sea. PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT They have just married. PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT He has just drawn a picture. PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT He has eaten chocolate. PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT Richard’s car has just broken down. Richard PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT Affirmative They You We It She He You I have swum have swum have swum has swum has swum has swum have swum have swum PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT Negative They You We It She He You I haven’t swum haven’t swum haven’t swum hasn’t swum hasn’t swum hasn’t swum haven’t swum haven’t swum PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT Have Have Have Has Has Has Have Have Interrogative they swum? you swum? we swum? it swum? she swum? he swum? you swum? I swum? PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT Say the past participles of the verbs .................... eat .................... go .................... do .................... drink .................... ring .................... buy .................... teach .................... swim .................... sing .................... bring .................... give .................... feed .................... make .................... leave .................... arrive .................... work .................... read .................... cut .................... catch .................... see seen cut worked left fed brought swum bought drunk gone caught read arrived made given sung taught rung done eaten PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT Fill in the blanks with the Present Perfect. 1. I ...................... (see) that film before . 2. We ...................... (read) three English books in class. 3. My mother ..................... (be) to London twice this year. 4. John ........................... (borrow) four CDs from me. 5. The children ............................ (eat) breakfast. 6. You ......................... (drink) all the coffee. 7. Be quiet! The film ......................... (start). 8. My parents ....................... (have) this house since 1950. have seen have read has been has borrowed have eaten have drunk has started have had PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT We use the present perfect: for actions which happened at an unstated indefinite time in the past. The exact time is not important. My parents have bought a new horse. ( When did they buy it? We don’t know when; the time is not mentioned.) Jack has been to London twice. (When? We don’t know.) PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT She has broken her arm. ( The exact time is not mentioned what is important is the fact that her arm is broken.) PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT Jack has bought a new horse . (The exact time is unimportant or unknown. What is important is the fact that he now owns a new horse.) PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT We use the present perfect: for actions which started in the past and are still continuing in the present. I have known Sue for five years. ( We met five years ago and we still know each other.) My father has worked here for seven years. ( He started working here seven years ago and He still works here.) PRESENT PERFECT: They have been friends for twenty years. ( They met each other twenty years ago and they are still friends) PRESENT PERFECT PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT Suzan has had the dog for two years. PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT We use the present perfect: for actions which have recently finished and their results are visible in the present. They have just painted the wall. (They have just finished painting. The paint on the wall is still wet.) Look at him. He is happy. He has passed the exam. PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT She has picked a lot of berries. ( The berries are in the basket , so the action is finished.) PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT She has just washed her hair. (She has now wrapped her hair in a towel, so the action is finished. PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT How long is used in questions to ask about duration. How long have you worked here? How long have you been in İstanbul? For is used to express duration. I’ve worked here for two years. Since is used to state a starting point. I’ve been in İstanbul since 2000. PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT Make sentences using since and for . 1. Tom / be / teacher / ten years Tom has been a teacher for ten years. 2. Alice / have / her dog / last month Alice has had her dog since last month. 3. Jennifer / not swim / last summer Jennifer hasn’t swum since last summer. PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT Make sentences using since and for . 4. I / not see / Maria / two days I haven’t seen Maria for two days. 5. My brother / be / here / 10.30 My brother has been here since 10.30. 6. Anna / not play / tennis / three weeks Anna hasn’t played tennis for three weeks. PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT Ever is used in questions and goes between the verb have and the past participle. Have you ever played ice hockey? Have you ever traveled U.S.A.? Never is used to make a negative statement and goes between the verb have and the past par i t i c i ple. I have never played ice hockey. I have never traveled U.S.A. . PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT Write questions and answers . David and Sera / paint / the walls / in their bedroom blue? Have David and Sera painted the walls in their bedroom blue? No, they haven’t. They have painted them white. DAVID SERA PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT Write questions and answers. Sindy / cook / cake / yet ? Has Sindy cooked the cake yet? Yes, she has. PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT Write questions and answers . Victoria/ buy / chicken ? Has Victoria bought some chicken? No, she hasn’t. She has bought some fish. FRESH FISH PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT Write questions and answers. Ahmed / make / tea ? Has Ahmed made tea? No, he hasn’t. He has made Turkish coffe e . AHMED PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT Write questions and answers. Jim and Nelly / ever / be / Hawai? Ha ve Jim and Nelly ever been to Hawai? No, they ha ven ’t. They have been to Newyork. Liberty State JIM NELLY PRESENT PERFECT: PRESENT PERFECT Write questions and answers. Tom and Mary / ever / try / ice skating Have Tom and Mary ever tried ice skating? Yes, they have. TOM MARY

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