English Tenses: Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous


Present Tenses. Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous. Identify the tenses. Have done my homework and can have a rest now. Compare. Present Perfect – finished action/result Present Perfect Continuous – incomplete action/activity. Practice. (visit) Turkey twice. I_(never/eat) caviar. Present Perfect /Form. Have/has+Past Participle. Usage. Actions or situations that began in the past and are now finished. With already /yet/just I’ve just arrived at the airport. Have /has +been. It is.


I I have been doing my homework, so I feel tired.

Present Perfect – finished action/result Present Perfect Continuous – incomplete action/activity.

I I_______________ (never/eat) caviar. I_________________ (know) my best friend since my childhood. You _________ (eat) all the sweets. The box is empty. You ____________ (eat) my sweets. There are only two left.

Actions or situations that began in the past and are now finished. Someone has eaten all the cakes. The box is empty. I’ve washed my hands. They are clean. 2. Actions which started in the past and haven’t finished happening (with verbs that are not used in continuous form).

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