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Past Simple vs Present Perfect. b y Eva Viñas Casals. Past Simple. By adding – ed to a regular verb . (DANC ED ). By choosing the 2nd column of an irregular verb . (BEGIN – BEGAN – BEGUN). NEGATIVE: DIDN’T + INFINITIVE ( We didn’t go ).

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past simple vs present perfect

Past Simple vs PresentPerfect

by Eva Viñas Casals

past simple
Past Simple

Byadding–edto a regular verb. (DANCED)

Bychoosingthe2nd columnof an irregular verb.

(BEGIN – BEGAN – BEGUN)

NEGATIVE: DIDN’T + INFINITIVE

(Wedidn’tgo)

QUESTION: DID + subject + INFINITIVE?

(Didyousee …?)

WeformthePast Simple …

past simple1
Past Simple
  • yesterday
  • last
  • in 2001
  • ago
  • Whenyouindicatethatanactionisfinished.

Time references:

present perfect
PresentPerfect

withHAVE / HAS and –edor 3rd column.

(Wehaveloved) (pastparticiple)

NEGATIVE: HAVEN’T / HASN’T+ pastparticiple

(Shehasn’tgone)

QUESTION: HAVE / HAS + subject + pastparticiple?

(Haveyoufinished …?)

WeformthePresentPerfect …

present perfect1
PresentPerfect
  • just
  • for
  • recently
  • since
  • yet
  • lately
  • already
  • so far
  • Whenyouindicatethatanactionstarted in thepast and has someeffect in thepresent..

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