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Past Simple vs Present Perfect Past Simple vs Present Perfect

Make up sentences in Present Perfect Make up sentences in Present Perfect

Make up sentences in Past Simple Make up sentences in Past Simple

We use both tenses to speak about? PAST EXPERIENCE We use both tenses to speak about? PAST EXPERIENCE

Present Perfect Person + have/has + V 3 Past Simple Person + V 2 Present Perfect Person + have/has + V 3 Past Simple Person + V 2

Present Perfect Past Simple I have been to London. I have missed the train. Present Perfect Past Simple I have been to London. I have missed the train. I was to London two years ago. I missed the train. It left 5 minutes ago.

Present Perfect VS Past Simple past experience without mentioning some particular time VS past Present Perfect VS Past Simple past experience without mentioning some particular time VS past experience with specifying the exact time

Make two sentences in Present Perfect and Past Simple to be to New York Make two sentences in Present Perfect and Past Simple to be to New York

Present Perfect VS Past Simple recent actions with visible results (the fact of happening Present Perfect VS Past Simple recent actions with visible results (the fact of happening is more important) VS recent actions (the time of happening is more important)

Make two sentences in Present Perfect and Past Simple to cut a finger Make two sentences in Present Perfect and Past Simple to cut a finger

Present Perfect VS Past Simple just, already, yet, never, ever VS yesterday, last week, Present Perfect VS Past Simple just, already, yet, never, ever VS yesterday, last week, last month, a year ago, in 2011

Make up sentences to the pictures using Present Perfect or Past Simple Make up sentences to the pictures using Present Perfect or Past Simple

 • She has seen/watched a romantic drama. • She watched a romantic drama. • She has seen/watched a romantic drama. • She watched a romantic drama. yesterday.

 • He has just woken up. • He woke up at 8 a. • He has just woken up. • He woke up at 8 a. m.

 • I have already been to Paris/ I have never been to Paris. • I have already been to Paris/ I have never been to Paris. • I was/wasn’t in Paris last year.

 • She has washed up. • She washed up after she ate. • She has washed up. • She washed up after she ate.