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* How do we construct the present perfect?

* How do we construct the present perfect?
* have/has + past participle

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* How does the past participle often ends?

* How does the past participle often ends?
* -ed

3

* But what tempt the irregular verbs to be?

* But what tempt the irregular verbs to be?
* irregular

4

* What does it mean when we usually say: « something has happened?

* What does it mean when we usually say: « something has happened?
* it means that it is a new information

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* What does it mean when we use the present perfect? (with the event)

* What does it mean when we use the present perfect? (with the event)
* it means that the event in the past, has a connection/result with now

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* what is the different between gone (to) and been (to)

* what is the different between gone (to) and been (to)
* « he has gone to Italy » = I don’t ha

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C) Note the difference between gone (to) and been (to):

* He has gone to Italy. =?

* Jane is back home now. =?

C) Note the difference between gone (to) and been (to):

* He has gone to Italy.
* (= he is there now or on his way there)
* Jane is back home now.
* She has been to Italy. (she has now come back)

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D) you can use the present perfect with: Just, Already and Yet.

What does Just stand for?

a short time ago

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D) you can use the present perfect with: Just, Already and Yet.



What does Already stand for?

D) you can use the present perfect with: Just, Already and Yet.



What does Already stand for?
* sth happen sooner then expected

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D) you can use the present perfect with: Just, Already and Yet.



What does yet stand for?

D) you can use the present perfect with: Just, Already and Yet.



What does yet stand for?
* until now