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INGLES VI

Lic. Elva Cirilo Chapi

PRESENT PERFECT

FOR
SINCE
ALREADY
YET
JUST

FOR
It is used for a period of time
Example. For three years
For two months
For 2 days
Notice 3 years
period of time

2 months

2 days

SINCE
It is used at the beginning of the
time
a point in the past time.
Examples: since 1999

since I met you

since August
SINCE 1999

for

since

a period of time

a point in past time


x------------

20 minutes

6.15pm

three days

Monday

6 months

January

4 years

1994

2 centuries

1800

a long time

I left school

ever

the beginning of time

etc

etc

HERE ARE MORE EXAMPLES


I have been here for 20 minutes.
I have been here since 9 o'clock.
John hasn't called for 6 months.
He has worked in New York for a long time.
He has worked in New York since he left
school.
John hasn't called since February.

ALREADY
It means that something happened earlier
than we expected.
With present perfect ALREADY usually goes
after HAS or HAVE and before the main
verb.
Example:
we have ALREADY had breakfast
When are you going to do your homework?

I have ALREADY done it

YET
Yet means that something that we expected has
happened or hasn't happened. We usually put it
at the end of a sentence.
Examples
- Has the post arrived yet?
- Have you done your homework?
- Not yet.
- Haven't you got ready yet? Look at the time!

REVIEW THIS LINKS.

http://books.google.com.pe/books?id=B6uPD_JjPIC&printsec=frontcover&dq=BASIC+GRAMMAR+IN+USE&hl=es&
ei=rOIOTduUN8OqlAfPmL2sDA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=bookthumbna#v=onepage&q&f=false

http://personales.ya.com/mjandres/archivos/GRAMMAR4&5.PDF

THANKS