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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #28233: Present perfect
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    Present perfect



    We use the present perfect to talk about past actions which still continue in the present .

    To make the present perfect,we use:

     have/has + past participle . 

    the past participle : we have two kinds of verbs : regular and irregular verbs

     

    1.Regular verbs: verb+ed  

    ex : work --> worked , ask --> asked , try --> tried  

     

    2.Irregular verbs: look at the list of irregular verbs 3rd column 

    ex : speak --> spoken , go --> gone , buy --> bought  





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    1. I (to forget) my book at home.

    2. He (to lose) his keys.

    3. She (not/see) her son for a long time.

    4. I (not/revise) my lessons.

    5. Thomas (to work) very hard.

    6. The child (to break) a cup.

    7. Fati (not/call) me since Wednesday.

    8. The children (not/eat) anything.

    9. Emilio (not/speak) to the boss.

    10. They (to go) to the cinema.









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