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Present Perfect (Unit 16)


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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #31 (permalink) Mon Nov 03, 2008 20:58 pm   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

Hello,

Could you continue the tenses please?

Best regards,
Coconut.
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New forum member: Perfect Tense Question #32 (permalink) Wed Nov 12, 2008 9:30 am   New forum member: Perfect Tense Question
 

Hi Torsten
I had difficulties with understanding Perfect Tense
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #33 (permalink) Sat Nov 22, 2008 6:03 am   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #34 (permalink) Thu Jan 08, 2009 7:30 am   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

hi ,i m always confused between present and past were has and have in all the tenses please help me.
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #35 (permalink) Wed Jan 14, 2009 7:14 am   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

Hi Torsten,

I have completed the first lesson successfullly and i got the answer to the question which i asked you, so there were 16 units in the first emal lessso.

Once again thank you so much to you and sunny I learned alot from this lesson.
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #36 (permalink) Wed Jan 14, 2009 8:06 am   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

Paplidev wrote:
hi ,i m always confused between present and past were has and have in all the tenses please help me.
papli
india

Dear friend,
There is no huge difference between present & past. I will try that you could understand

Present tense

Ravi is a bus driver. But now he is asleep is bed.
So
He is not driving a bus (he is asleep 0

But: he drives a bus. This is the simple present tense

I/we/you/they drive
He she it drives (s or es)

Doctors take care of patients in hospital.
In India/ Pakistan most stores close at 6:00 p.m
I work in a cellular industry. Alen works in English institution

What does this word mean?
How often do you go to the dentist?
Alen usually plays football twice a week in a summer.
Where do you come from?
He comes from Pakistan.

Past tense

Torsten: look it is raining again.
Alen: oh no, not again. It rained all day yesterday too.

Rained is the simpler past tense. We use the simple past to about actions or situations in the past.
They enjoyed the party very much.
He played well yesterday.
We invited them to our party, but they decided not to come.
The police stopped me on my way home last night.
He passed his exam because she studied very hard.
Did you go out last night miskhan for walking?
Miskhan yes, I went to the walk. But I did not enjoy it.

Hopefully you got your answer difference between past and present. In the next mail I am sending you the sentences about past and present.

Take care
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #37 (permalink) Wed Jan 14, 2009 8:17 am   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

Hi friend,
I hope you will understand the difference between present and past. These sentences will help you for understanding the difference

Alen usually wakes up early. Yesterday morning he4 woke up early.
Miskhan usually gets up at 7:30. Yesterday she got up at 8:30
Mr. Khan is usually late for work. Yesterday he was late for work
Ravi goes out in the morning. Yesterday evening he went out

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New forum member: Perfect Tense Question #38 (permalink) Wed Jan 14, 2009 8:34 am   New forum member: Perfect Tense Question
 

Epelina Gultom wrote:
Hi Torsten
I had difficulties with understanding Perfect Tense
My rely on you?
Regards
epelina

Hi Epelina,

You want to ask the perfect tense. please read the situation.

Mr. Khan is looking for his book. He cannot find it. He has lost his book.

“He has lost his book” means that he lost it a short time ago and he still does not have it. This is present perfect.

He/she/it has with third form
I /we/you/they have with third form


I have lost my book.
Miskhan has gone to Canada.
He has gone.
They have already purchased many books in the book shop.
she has written a letter.
have you just arrived?
.

I hope you got your answer.

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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #39 (permalink) Wed Jan 14, 2009 8:48 am   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

Coconut2004 wrote:
Hello,

Could you continue the tenses please?

Best regards,
Coconut.

hi friend,
I think you wanted to know the continue tense.

Miskhan is in her car. she is on her way to work. she is driving to work.
this meaning : she is driving now, at the time of speaking . this is present continue tense:
I am = I'm with ing
he/she/it = he's etc with ing
we/they/you = we're with ing


please do not make so much noise. I'm studying.
Where is khan. He is taking a bath.
hellow miskhan are you enjoying the party.
MISKHAN is studying English at a language school.
Torsten say : alen and tom are talking and having coffee in a cafe.

have a nice day
khan
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #40 (permalink) Sun Jan 18, 2009 0:47 am   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

Sunny wrote:
Both of these tenses actually mean the same. (...) whereas...

Hi, Sunny :)

I've read your explanation regarding the difference between some sentences with big concentration and pleasure :)
Please, Sunny, appease my interest, what you nationality is.

Thanks a lot.

Best wishes.
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #41 (permalink) Sun Jan 18, 2009 0:58 am   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

Sunny, it's me one more....

Taking into consideration my previous utterance, please correct me, if I've made word-order-mistake.
Which one is more proper and why:
1. I've read something with pleasure or 2. I've read with pleasure something.
I'm looking forward to your help.

Best wishes once more :)
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Hi mr Allan #42 (permalink) Mon Jan 26, 2009 7:41 am   Hi mr Allan
 

I have been living in pakistan since i have born.
I have been doing this work till it will has been completed.
these sentences are right or wrong please guide me.
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New forum member: Perfect Tense Question #43 (permalink) Mon Jan 26, 2009 8:53 am   New forum member: Perfect Tense Question
 

Epelina Gultom wrote:
Hi Torsten
I had difficulties with understanding Perfect Tense
My rely on you?
Regards
epelina

HI sunny,
can you guide us the difference between past indifinite and present perfect.

regards
khan
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #44 (permalink) Fri Mar 20, 2009 10:47 am   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

I am encouraged to notice that there is real a progress om my side. I used to confused the use of "has" and " have" :D
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Present Perfect (Unit 16) #45 (permalink) Tue Mar 24, 2009 14:14 pm   Present Perfect (Unit 16)
 

it is easy to understand your lessons! and it is so kind of you to give them to us.I have one question on the Present perfect and The Present perfect continuous:
"She has worked here for 10 years or she has been working here for 10 years"
Which one should I choose if I meet it in a test?
Thanks
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