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Simple Past vs. Present Perfect Tense

The present perfect tense is normally used when we are talking about past events together with their present results. Watch this Youtube video to learn the difference between simple past and present perfect. You can...

Present Perfect Tense Form And Uses

Form Affirmative  I have written She has written. You have written. Negative I have not written. She has not written. You have not written. Question Have I written? Has she written? Have you written?...

How To Use The Present Perfect Tense Correctly?

The present perfect tense generally represents an action which has been completed within a period of time that extends up to the present. Have you seen him this morning? Have you seen him today? I have never seen him before. We have endured his tyranny for...

Present Perfect Tense Worksheet For Class 7

Complete the following sentences using appropriate present perfect tense forms. 1. I ………………………. a ghost. (never see) 2. ………………… you ever ………………….. to Australia? (be) 3. I ………………… him for a long time. (know)...

Present perfect tense overview

To talk about things that we have experienced in life, we use the present perfect tense. Note that this usage is possible only when there is no definite time reference. For example, we cannot...

Using the present perfect tense

The present perfect tense is used 1) to talk about actions or situations completed in the immediate past He has just gone out. I have just received the parcel. The clock has just struck...