The Present Perfect Tense

Topics: Verb, Christmas, Wampanoag, Grammatical tenses, Present / Pages: 4 (843 words) / Published: Oct 8th, 2011
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

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