this morning (Past Simple if it is now the afternoon and you are looking back at a finished period, i.e. the morning)
Listen and write sentences 1-6. In each sentence: 1. underline two stressed words. 2. circle have/has where a is weakened to schwa. 3. draw a line to show linking between a final consonant and an initial vowel.
1. Have you tried it before? 2. I've thought about it a lot. 3. Has he seen my last email? 4. She's changed her address. 5. My kids have gone out. 6. Has she phoned anyone yet?
Present perfect tense is a grammatical combination of the present and the past that used to express past event that has present consequences which is commonly used in everyday conversations, in the news, on the radio, and writing letters. The present perfectis most frequently used to talk about experiences or changes that have taken place, but there are other less common uses as well. Through the present perfect tense examplegiven in flashcard, users can clearly understand how Present perfect tenseworks and how to apply it in real life.