The Present Perfect Tense

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GUIA N° 3

SECTOR: Inglés NIVEL: Segundo Medio PROFESOR-A : Mónica Meneses S. PLAZO: 30 de octubre UNIDAD TEMATICA: Traditions, Traditions.

CONTENIDO: The Present Perfect Tense / Vocabulary related to different holidays,/ Text about holiday APRENDIZAJE ESPERADO:
1.-Usar estructura gramatical del tiempo presente perfecto en las 3 formas. 2.-Manejar vocabulario relacionado a diferentes festividades 3.-Aplicar estrategias para obtener información especifica sobre texto leído.

Instructions:

1.-Leer atentamente la presentación del contenido y los ejemplos. Luego desarrollar cada ejercicio dado. 2.-Utiliza la lista de verbos de año anterior.
3.-Revisa el libro de inglés la unidad 6 .Páginas 168 a 178

I.- Present Perfect Tense
Present Perfect Tense Events that began in the past and haven't changed (for, since) •Mike has worked at Woodward for 3 years.
(Mike started working at Woodward 3 years ago and he still works there now.) •Julie has worked at Woodward since September of last year. (Julie began working at Woodward in September of last year, and that hasn't changed - she still works here now.) The Present Perfect Tense is formed using the following structure: Affirmative Sentences : Subject + Have / Has + Past Participle Subject Have Past

Participle Rest of the Sentence
I have studied for the exam.
You have bought a new computer.
He has eaten my chocolate.
She has written an e-mail.
It has been cold this month.
We have won the championship.
You have tried to learn a lot.
They have forgotten my birthday.

Negative Sentences: Subject + Haven't / Hasn't + Past Participle The contraction of the perfect tense in negative form is:
Have not = Haven't
Has not = Hasn't
Subject Have Past
Participle Rest of the Sentence...
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