PRESENT PERFECT 2
English File Pre-intermediate 4B
USE THE PRESENT
PERFECT
to talk about past experiences when we
don’t specify a time
Have you ever been to a fancy dress pa...
EVER/NEVER
USE EVER WITH NEGATIVE VERBS
NEVER WITH POSITIVE VERBS
BEFORE THE PARTICIPLE
Have you ever been to a fancy dres...
Louise has gone to Paris
(She is in Paris now)
Been vs gone – compare:
Louise has been to Paris
(She went to Paris and came back)
Been vs gone – compare:
A. Have you ever been to Paris?
B. Yes, I have
A. When did you go there?
B. I went last year
A. Did you have a good time?
...
A. Have you seen his new
film?
B. Yes, I have
A. What did you think of it?
B. I loved it.
Present perfect or past
simple?
Present perfect or past
simple?
Conversations often begin in the
present perfect (with a general
question) and then change...
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  1. 1. PRESENT PERFECT 2 English File Pre-intermediate 4B
  2. 2. USE THE PRESENT PERFECT to talk about past experiences when we don’t specify a time Have you ever been to a fancy dress party? She has seen that film twice I‘ve never met Nina’s husband
  3. 3. EVER/NEVER USE EVER WITH NEGATIVE VERBS NEVER WITH POSITIVE VERBS BEFORE THE PARTICIPLE Have you ever been to a fancy dress party? No, I have never been to a fancy dress party No, I haven’t ever been to a fancy dress party
  4. 4. Louise has gone to Paris (She is in Paris now) Been vs gone – compare:
  5. 5. Louise has been to Paris (She went to Paris and came back) Been vs gone – compare:
  6. 6. A. Have you ever been to Paris? B. Yes, I have A. When did you go there? B. I went last year A. Did you have a good time? B. Yes, it was great Present perfect or past simple?
  7. 7. A. Have you seen his new film? B. Yes, I have A. What did you think of it? B. I loved it. Present perfect or past simple?
  8. 8. Present perfect or past simple? Conversations often begin in the present perfect (with a general question) and then change to the past simple for specific details (when, what, where, who with…)

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