PRESENT PERFECT

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The Present Perfect Tense ( )

Present Perfectto have (have, has) (Participle II) 䳺. 䳺 .

I have seen this film. .
-Have You seen this film? - Yes, I have / - No, I have not.
I have not (have not) seen this film.
He has signed the contract ³ .
-Hashe Signed the contract? - Yes, he has / - No he has not.
He has not (has not) signed the contract.

Present Perfect 䳿, ( 䳿 ), .

䳿 , Simple Past:

He signedthe contract yesterday (last week, 2 hours ago, Etc.).

Present Perfect :

Just He has justsigned the contract.
Already ( ) He has already signed the contract.I have already seen this film? Has he already signed the contract? Have you already seen this film?
Yet ( ) ( ) He has not signed the contract yet.I have not seen this film yet.Has he signed the contract yet? Have you seen this film yet?
Ever - ( ) Have you ever been to London?
Never ( 䳿 ) I have never been to Spain.
Latelyrecently , I have not seen him lately.I have read this book recently.

Present Perfect

, , : today, this morning, this week, this month, this year ..:

I've had a lot of work to do this week. .

to be,to live,to know,to see,to hear 䳿, . , for , since- 䳿. , since( , ) - .

I have knownher for ten years. 10 .

The children have been heresince 5 o'clock. ij ' .
They have not heard anything about Robert since they left school. , .




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