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Present Perfect (Unit 16)


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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #166 (permalink) Mon Apr 30, 2012 22:38 pm   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

The mistakes are still there in the present.
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #167 (permalink) Thu May 03, 2012 8:25 am   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

I have seen this film ten times.
Has he been to Tokyo?
It has rained.
Have they ever been to Australia?
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #168 (permalink) Thu May 03, 2012 8:29 am   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

Those are okay.
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #169 (permalink) Fri May 04, 2012 10:03 am   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

Thank you.

Here are some new:

I haven't drunk coffee yet.
Does he have written a letter to his boss?
Have you seen Avengers?
Mary has had a baby.
He has never eaten a lobster.
Where has she been?
Have you done your homework?
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #170 (permalink) Fri May 04, 2012 10:34 am   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

You had problems with this one:
Has he written a letter to his boss?
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #171 (permalink) Fri May 04, 2012 11:44 am   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

'Does he have written' :- ) It makes me laugh.
My mistake.
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #172 (permalink) Fri May 04, 2012 11:55 am   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

It made me smile too... thanks for using 'mistake'. :)
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #173 (permalink) Sat May 12, 2012 22:06 pm   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

Hello Beeesneees,
I've just written some sentences.

He has had an accident.
Have you been to Toronto?
Have you ever been to Hungary?
They have eaten hamburgers.
Have you got sunburn?
Where have you been?
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #174 (permalink) Sun May 13, 2012 0:20 am   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

Those are all good.
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #175 (permalink) Sat May 19, 2012 13:49 pm   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

It was a really good night. I have met my best friend and his Belgian colleagues. Finally I could speak a little in English. It was really exciting. Especially for me because I haven't met foreign people for a long time.

That is what I want to say now.
Have a nice day.

(You know if you have time please, correct my mistakes.)
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #176 (permalink) Sat May 19, 2012 15:05 pm   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

It was a really good night. I met my best friend and his Belgian colleagues. Finally I could speak a little in English. It was really exciting, especially for me because I hadn't met any foreign people for a long time.
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #177 (permalink) Sat May 19, 2012 19:18 pm   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

(Why don't I use present perfect in the 'met' sentence? thanks
Edit: I mean I can use but why you are suggest to use past simple?)
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #178 (permalink) Sat May 19, 2012 19:33 pm   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

The action takes place wholly at a certain time in the past (last night). It would be incorrect to use a different tense.
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #179 (permalink) Thu Feb 21, 2013 17:26 pm   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

Hi,

Am confusing with regular and irregular verbs. Where can we use the regular verbs and irregular verbs? please advice.
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #180 (permalink) Sun Apr 28, 2013 18:21 pm   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

I haven't seen you in 10 ages.
I haven't seen you for 10 ages.

Is there any difference between them?
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