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Present Perfect Continuous  -  Present Perfect Бородина Зоя Викторовна учитель английского языка МАОУ «СОШ №4» г. Миасс

Present Perfect Continuous - Present Perfect

Бородина Зоя Викторовна

учитель английского языка

МАОУ «СОШ №4» г. Миасс

You don’t know when to use Present Perfect Continuous and when Present Perfect? Look and memorize.

You don’t know when to use

Present Perfect Continuous

and when Present Perfect?

Look and memorize.

Rule № 1  Present Perfect Continuous is used for action which started in the past and continue up to the present.  I’ ve been reading my book all morning.  (I’m still reading.)

Rule № 1

Present Perfect Continuous is used for action which started in the past and continue up to the present.

I’ ve been reading my book all morning.

(I’m still reading.)

Rule № 2  Present Perfect Continuous is used for past actions of certain duration which have visible result or effect in the present.  He has been walking in a forest.

Rule № 2

Present Perfect Continuous is used for past actions of certain duration which have visible result or effect in the present.

He has been walking in a forest.

Rule № 3  Present Perfect Continuous is used to express irritation, anger, annoyance, explanation or criticism.   Has the dog been chewing on my slippers?   (showing anger)

Rule № 3

Present Perfect Continuous is used to express irritation, anger, annoyance, explanation or criticism.

Has the dog been chewing on my slippers?

(showing anger)

Rule № 4   Present Perfect Continuous is used to put emphasis on duration, usually with for, since or how long.  I’ ve been writing the composition since 9 o’clock.

Rule № 4

Present Perfect Continuous is used to put emphasis on duration, usually with for, since or how long.

I’ ve been writing the composition since 9 o’clock.

Rule № 5  Present Perfect is used for actions recently completed.  I’ ve cooked pancakes.  (I’ve just finished.)

Rule № 5

Present Perfect is used for actions recently completed.

I’ ve cooked pancakes.

(I’ve just finished.)

Rule № 6  Present Perfect is used for actions which happened at an unstated time.  She has done a lot of shopping.

Rule № 6

Present Perfect is used for actions which happened at an unstated time.

She has done a lot of shopping.

Rule № 7  Present Perfect is used to express personal experiences or changes which have happened.  I’ ve put on a lot of weight.

Rule № 7

Present Perfect is used to express personal experiences or changes which have happened.

I’ ve put on a lot of weight.

Rule № 8  Present Perfect is used to put emphasis on number.  I’ ve only written two books since 2005.

Rule № 8

Present Perfect is used to put emphasis on number.

I’ ve only written two books since 2005.

Note:  With the verbs live, fill, work we can use either Present Perfect  and Present Perfect Continuous.  Non-continuous verbs are not used  in  Present perfect Continuous ( see,  like, know, love, want, believe, taste, forget, hate, wish, need, remember, be, hear, understand ).

Note:

With the verbs live, fill, work we can use either Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous.

Non-continuous verbs are not used in Present perfect Continuous ( see, like, know, love, want, believe, taste, forget, hate, wish, need, remember, be, hear, understand ).

Time adverbs used with Present Perfect Continuous: for, since, how long  Time adverbs and expressions used with Present Perfect: just, ever, never, always, so far, yet, for, today, once, this week, already, recently, how long

Time adverbs used with Present Perfect Continuous:

for, since, how long

Time adverbs and expressions used with Present Perfect:

just, ever, never, always, so far, yet, for, today, once, this week, already, recently, how long

Make sentences from the words in brackets. Put the verbs into Present Perfect or Present Perfect Continuous Rachel is sitting on the grass. She is out of breath.  (she/run)

Make sentences from the words in brackets. Put the verbs into Present Perfect or Present Perfect Continuous

  • Rachel is sitting on the grass. She is out of breath.

(she/run)

  • She has been running .
Make sentences from the words in brackets. Put the verbs into Present Perfect or Present Perfect Continuous Where’s my book? I left it on the desk.  (somebody/take/it)

Make sentences from the words in brackets. Put the verbs into Present Perfect or Present Perfect Continuous

  • Where’s my book? I left it on the desk.

(somebody/take/it)

  • Somebody has taken it .
Make sentences from the words in brackets. Put the verbs into Present Perfect or Present Perfect Continuous Next week Mark is going to run in maraphon.  (he/train/very hard to it)

Make sentences from the words in brackets. Put the verbs into Present Perfect or Present Perfect Continuous

  • Next week Mark is going to run in maraphon.

(he/train/very hard to it)

  • He has been training very hard for it.
Make sentences from the words in brackets. Put the verbs into Present Perfect or Present Perfect Continuous Every year Martin and Pamela spend a few weeks at the same hotel by the ocean.  (they/go/there for years)

Make sentences from the words in brackets. Put the verbs into Present Perfect or Present Perfect Continuous

  • Every year Martin and Pamela spend a few weeks at the same hotel by the ocean.

(they/go/there for years)

  • They have been going there for years.
Make sentences from the words in brackets. Put the verbs into Present Perfect or Present Perfect Continuous I’ve got a headache.  (I/have/it/since I got up)

Make sentences from the words in brackets. Put the verbs into Present Perfect or Present Perfect Continuous

  • I’ve got a headache.

(I/have/it/since I got up)

  • I have had it since I got up.
Put the verbs in brackets into Present Perfect  or Present Perfect Continuous

Put the verbs in brackets into Present Perfect or Present Perfect Continuous

  • Miss Reeds (teach) children all her life.
  • He (sleep) since he got back.
  • I (be) busy since we last back.
  • You (know) this man? How long you (know) him?
  • They (catch) fish since 5 a.m. How many fish they (catch)?
  • You look very pale. – I (work) very hard.
  • She (love) Mike all her life.
Check yourselves

Check yourselves

  • Miss Reeds has been teaching children all her life.
  • He has been sleeping since he got back.
  • I have been busy since we last back.
  • Have you known this man? How long have you known him?
  • They have been catching fish since 5 a.m. How many fish have they caught ?
  • You look very pale. – I have been working very hard.
  • She has loved Mike all her life.


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Автор: Бородина Зоя Викторовна

Дата: 15.11.2019

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