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PRESENT PERFECT TENSE

Member of Group :

  • 1. Dyana Aura C.

(10)

  • 2. Galih Wisnu K.

(13)

  • 3. Hamidatu Zahra

(15)

  • 4. Muh. Hasyidan P.W.

(20)

  • 5. Rizky Riswanda

(27)

  • 6. Shintya Audyna Z.

(31)

  • 7. Syifa Kamila

(32)

  • 8. Ziana Lazimatus S.

(35)

Function

  • To express a situation that began in

the past and continues to the present.

  • To express an activities which are just

finish and usually without any adverb

of time.

  • Used when the speaker wishes to

indicate that the event is relevant in

the present or future time.

Structure

Note: Have Has

  • I, You, We, They

  • He, She, It

(+) Subject + have/has + verb 3 + O/C

(-) Subject + have/has + not + verb 3 + O/C

(?) Have/has + Subject + verb 3 + O/C

Regular & Irregular Verb

 

Regular Verb

Irregular Verb

V1

V2

V3

V1

V2

V3

work

worked

worked

arise

arose

arisen

walk

walked

walked

blow

blew

blown

call

called

called

cleave

cleft

cleft

study

studied

studied

draw

drew

drawn

try

tryed

tryed

fling

flung

flung

wait

waited

waited

go

went

gone

finish

finished

finished

mow

mowed

mown

attend

attended

attended

partake

partook

partaken

want

wanted

wanted

ring

rang

rung

like

liked

liked

sell

sold

sold

wait

waited

waited

strive

strove

striven

open

opened

opened

thrown

threw

thrown

Scheme

Interogative :

Have

They

   

They

   

We

We

Have

I

Yes

You

You

/

I

Has

He

Swept

No

He

 

Swept the

She

the floor?

She

Has

floor.

It

It

Sentences

(+) They have played tennis (-) They haven’t played tennis (?) Have they played tennis?

(+) Ricky has written a letter for her mother (-) Ricky hasn’t written a letter for her mother (?) Has Ricky written a letter for her mother?

(+) He has drunk the milk (-) He hasn’t drunk the milk (?) Has he drunk the milk?

Sentences

(+) Rahmania has studied four traditional languages (-) Rahmania hasn’t studied four traditional languages (?) Has Rahmania studied four traditional languages?

(+) I have gone to Gotham city once before (-) I haven’t gone to Gotham city once before (?) Have you gone to Gotham city before?

(+) We have lived in our house for three years (-) We haven’t lived in our house for three years (?) Have we lived in our house for three years?

QUIZ