How do we form the present perfect?
When do we use the present perfect?
What are the common mistakes?
The present perfect is the verb ‘have’
and the past participle, for example:
Subject has/have past participle
I have worked
You have worked
He/she/it has worked
We/they have worked
Some examples of regular verbs:
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We use the present simple when we want to talk about,
Things we do regularly/often
Things that are true/facts
To tell someone how to do something
To talk about timetables/schedules
When do we use the present simple and what does it look like?
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This article looks at the present continuous. We use it to talk about something that is
happening at the time of speaking or
happening around the time of speaking
So what does the present continuous look like (it’s form) and when do we use it?
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