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PAST SIMPLE OR PRESENT PERFECT?. Compare. We´ve lived here for five years. Before that, I lived in Olomouc for two years . Look! Your brother has cleaned his shoes! So what? I cleaned my shoes yesterday. GRAMMAR. Present perfect is used for. Past simple is used for.

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compare
Compare
  • We´ve lived here for five years.
  • Before that, I lived in Olomouc for two years.
  • Look! Your brother has cleaned his shoes!
  • So what? I cleaned my shoes yesterday.
grammar
GRAMMAR

Present perfect is used for

Past simple is used for

an activity that has stopped

They lived here for six months = They don´t live here now.

  • an activity that is still happening in the present

I have lived here for six months = I still live here now.

grammar1
Grammar

Present perfect is used for

Past simple is used for

thetime when something happened

She bought a new dress yesterday.

I did my homework an hour ago.

  • an activity that has an effect in the present

She´s bought a new dress.

= She has a new dress.

I´ve done my homework. = It is finished.

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I saw John yesterday.

  • I´ve seen John yesterday.
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Didyou ever eat Indian food?

  • Have you ever eaten Indian food?
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Diana won the Oscar Award last month.

  • Diana has won the Oscar Award last month.
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Tom has ever been to America.

  • Tom has never been to America
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Did they live in London five years ago?

  • Have they lived in London five years ago?
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Mary has wrote a lot of books.

  • Mary has written a lot of books.
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Did she write a book last year?

  • Has she written a book last year?
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I´ve never drank champagne.

  • I´ve never drunk champagne.
put the verbs into the correct tense
Put the verbs into the correct tense
  • move

Our neighbours ……. their new house last year.

moved

  • be

My sister …… in the bathroom for two hours now.

has been

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lose

I …….. my book and now I can´t do my homework.

have lost

  • Finish

Shecan´t go out because she ….. her homework.

hasn´t finished

put the verbs into the correct tense use future simple past and present perfect
Put the verbs into the correct tense – use future, simple pastand present perfect

My dad works in a bank. He (work) 1……. therefor two years.

Before that he (be)2…… a pilot in theCzechArmy. He (work) 3…… there for fifteen years and he (enjoy)4….. it very much.

But he thinks that in a few years he (drive) 5…… a truck because this job is his favourite.

check your answers
Checkyouranswers

1 has worked

2was

3 worked

4enjoyed

5will drive

literatura
Literatura
  • Hutchinson, Tom. Project English 2. GrammarandPracticeBook. OUP, 1992.
  • Soars, Liz and John. HeadwayElementaryWorkbook. OUP, 1993.
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