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Present Perfect Simple Practice Exercise

Worksheet: Present Perfect With Peppa

Beginner - Elementary

Complete with the Present Perfect

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All parts of Grammar activity present perfect task 1:

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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

What is the Present Perfect tense in English grammar?

The Present Perfect tense is a verb tense used to describe actions that were completed at an unspecified time in the past, but whose effects are still felt in the present. It is formed using the auxiliary verb `have` (or `has`) and the past participle of the main verb.

When is the Present Perfect tense used?

The Present Perfect tense is used to describe actions or events that started in the past and have a connection to the present, such as experiences, changes, or actions that have recently happened.

How can I practice using the Present Perfect tense?

English Portal has grammar activities for practicing the Present Perfect tense, such as grammar exercises, quizzes, and games. You can also practice by reading and listening to examples of the Present Perfect tense in use, and by trying to use it in your own speaking and writing.

What are some common mistakes made when using the Present Perfect tense?

Common mistakes when using the Present Perfect tense include using it to describe past actions with a specific time reference, using it with the past simple tense, or using the wrong form of the past participle.

Can the Present Perfect tense be used with specific time expressions?

Yes, the Present Perfect tense can be used with time expressions such as `today`, `this week`, or `in the last month`, to describe actions that happened at an unspecified time in the past, but whose effects are still felt in the present. However, it is not used with time expressions that refer to a specific point in the past, such as `yesterday` or `last year.`

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