Present Perfect Tense| Definition + Usage & structure

 Present Perfect Tense| Definition + Usage & structure

Present Perfect Tense| Definition + Usage & structure ✨Present Perfect Tense✨❣ 👇Objectives of Today’s lesson:👇 Definition of Present Perfect Tense When should we use Present Perfect Tense The structure to form affirmative sentences, negative sentences and question sentences. ✨What is Present Perfect Tense?✨ The present perfect tense refers to an action or state that either occurred at an indefinite time in the past or began in the past and continued to the present time For Example: We have visited him last Friday. She has addressed the audience. ✨When do we use Present Perfect Tense?✨ To express situations that started in the past and are still true. Examples: I’ve known Sarah for a couple of years. She’s been the principal of that school since 2005. Actions that started in the past but stopped recently. For Example: He has arrived. She has baked the cookies. To express things you have done in your life For example: I’ve been to Italy. She has never studied Spanish before. To describe recently completed actions which are important now Examples: I have great news to share. I have got a new job. I can’t play hockey tonight – I’ve hurt my ankle. ✨Structure of Positive Statements✨ Subject + have/has + past participle For Example: I have eaten blueberry ice cream before. ✨Structure of Negative Statements✨ Subject + have not (haven’t)/has not (hasn’t) + past participle For Example: They have not violated the laws. They have never eaten Blueberry Ice cream before. ✨Structure of Question Statements✨ Have/Has + subject + past participle Example: Have you ever gone to the circus? Have you ever tried Blueberry ice cream?

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