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T6 Unit 6

Present Perfect

Teacher Andressa Cardoso


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Have you ever … ?
We use the PRESENT PERFECT to talk about
our EXPERIENCE without saying when.

Ex: John has played with a dolphin.

What about you?

Have you ever played with a dolphin?

Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.

Teacher Andressa Cardoso


To form the PRESENT PERFECT use the
auxiliary HAVE and the past participle of the main
verb.
If the main verb is a regular verb, the past
participle is formed by adding –ed.

If the main verb is an irregular verb, you have to


learn its past participle!! (3rd column)
Regular verb (ex: play) Irregular verb (ex: see)
I have played I have seen
You have played You have seen
He / She has played He / She has seen
We have played We have seen
You have played You have seen
They have played They have seen
Teacher Andressa Cardoso
Show you have undertsood!
Eric ...

Eric has held a tarentula in his hand. hold a


tarentula in
his hand
What about you? (hold-held-held)

Yes, I have held a tarentula in my hand.


No, I have not / never held a tarentula in my hand.

Teacher Andressa Cardoso


Sandra ...

Sandra has sung in public.

What about you?

Yes, I have sung in public. sing in public


(sing-sang-sung)
No, I have not / never sung in public.

Teacher Andressa Cardoso


Adam ...

Adam has burst into laughter in class. burst into


laughter in
class
What about you? (burst-burst-burst)

Yes, I have burst into laughter in class.


No, I have not / never burst into laughter in class.

Teacher Andressa Cardoso


Andrew ...

Andrew has delivered a speech in public.


deliver a
What about you? speech in
public

Yes, I have delivered a speech in public.


No, I have not / never delivered a speech in public.

Teacher Andressa Cardoso


Ted ...

Ted has sleepwalked.

What about you?


sleepwalk

Yes, I have sleepwalked.


No, I have not / never sleepwalked.

Teacher Andressa Cardoso


Joe ...

Joe has dyed his hair.

What about you? dye his hair

Yes, I have dyed my hair.


No, I have not / never dyed my hair.

Teacher Andressa Cardoso


Peter ...

Peter has tried skydiving.

What about you?

Yes, I have tried skydiving.


No, I have not / never tried skydiving. try skydiving

Teacher Andressa Cardoso


Amy ...

Amy has seen the eruption of a volcano.


see the
eruption of a
volcano
What about you? (see-saw-seen)

Yes, I have seen the eruption of a volcano.


No, I have not / never seen the eruption of a volcano.

Teacher Andressa Cardoso


Cindy ...

Cindy has acted in a film.

What about you? act in a film

Yes, I have acted in a film.


No, I have not / never acted in a film.

Teacher Andressa Cardoso


Marc ...

Mark has ridden a camel.


ride a camel
What about you? (ride-roden-ridden)

Yes, I have ridden a camel.


No, I have not / never ridden a camel.

Teacher Andressa Cardoso


Helen ...

Helen has touched a snake.

What about you? touch a snake

Yes, I have touched a snake.


No, I have not / never touched a snake.

Teacher Andressa Cardoso


BE CAREFUL!
Emily ...

Emily has been to New York City.


go to New York City
(go-went-gone)
What about you? be to New York City
(be-was/were-been)

Yes, I have been to New York City.


No, I have not / never been to New York City.

Emily has been to New York City  She is not in N.Y. anymore.
Emily has gone to New York City  She is still in N.Y.!

Teacher Andressa Cardoso


WRITE SENTENCES WITH
PRESENT PERFECT.
• he / lose / his passport
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• you / ever / see / a whale ?

• she / not see / her sister -

• she / be / to Canada
?
5. they / have / a Mexican food
?

6. I / not do / any homework


-

7. they / buy / a house


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9. he / ever / make / any
mistakes ?

10. we / finish / our work


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11. I / meet / a famous person


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