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Simple Present Perfect


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Present Perfect?
We form the Present Perfect with have and the past participle *
Present Perfect?
(regular verbs: infinitive + -ed; irregular verbs: 3rd column of the table of the irregular verbs)
past participle:
regular verbs → infinitive + -ed
past participle:
irregular verbs → 3rd column of the table of the irregular verbs
Affirmative sentences in the Present Perfect – regular verbs
I have opened the window.
Affirmative sentences in the Present Perfect – irregular verbs
I have gone to the supermarket.
Negative sentences in the Present Perfect – regular verbs
I have not opened the window.
Negative sentences in the Present Perfect – regular verbs
He has not opened the window.
Negative sentences in the Present Perfect – irregular verbs
You have not gone to the supermarket.
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ever
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already
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so far
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up to now
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since
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for
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recently
Simple Present Perfect
you say that sth. has happened or is finished in the past and it has a connection to the present
Simple Present Perfect
action started in the past and continues up to the present
Simple Present Perfect
have/has + past participle*