PRESENT PERFECT

Hello dear students: This is the last topic of this semester, try to do a summarize and write on your notebook.

See you !!

El tiempo Present Perfect se usa para hablar de acciones comenzadas en el pasado y que aún continúan en el presente. Por ejemplo:

I have been here since Monday.
He estado aquí desde el lunes.

Para formarlo, se usa el auxiliar HAVE, conjugado para la persona correspondiente (cambia solamente para la tercera persona del singular), seguido del participio pasado, que es igual para todas las personas.

Observe a continuación la conjugación del verbo SER.

TO BE
I have been
You have been
He has been
She has been
It has been
We have been
You have been
They have been

Para los verbos regulares, el participio pasado se forma tomando el propio verbo y agregando “ed“, o “d” si termina en vocal. Si termina en “y”, se cambia por “ied“.

We have played tennis for two hours.
Hemos jugado tenis por dos horas.

She has arrived late again.
Ha llegado tarde de nuevo.

You have studied a lot. Yo he estudiado mucho

 

I give you some links that you can check:

www.aulafacil.com/CursoIngles/Clase13.htm

www.englishpage.com/verbpage/presentperfect.html

www.ompersonal.com.ar/omgrammar/presentperfect-pastsimple.htm

www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/present-perfect-simple

 

 

GRUPOS: Este tema es su ultima investigación, si seguimos sin clases trabajen este tema.

SALUDOS !! / GREETINGS !!

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