Present Perfect

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Published: 1 year ago
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Prof. Jamie Ray

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thanks Jamie Ray I have many questions for you, how can I connect you please? in near time

13 hours ago

I appreciate you for your effort teach

13 hours ago

Thank you for this video it is helpful

15 hours ago

I am from India my name is archana.aa your video useful to me

18 hours ago

I have known this grammar rules

1 day ago

The students encarege you to theach them 😍

2 days ago

Thank you . It was the best video about teaching present perfect.

2 days ago

Tank you

2 days ago

thank you so much teaher you are good teacher, I want to say thank you again

3 days ago

يحضي وين ما اروح يطلعلي المضارع التام 😟😞😖 hhhhhhh Am sorry ...Am Iraqi I love English

3 days ago

it`s just me or she is really just like Kate McKinnon

3 days ago

amazing teacher....thank you

3 days ago

Thank you so much that has been very useful.

6 days ago

I think she has very good experience in this language 🤓

6 days ago

What makes a class great is silent and concentration, isn't easy to teach this way and noises around you from everywhere. I'm a teacher and I know what I'm saying by experience. Thumbs up to the teacher, 👍

1 week ago

good explanations

1 week ago

Very good teachers because they use many examples and illustrations. I hope to become an expert English teacher like Paul and this lady

1 week ago

Wow I like this lecture thanks. And U have a Good way to teach the students.

2 weeks ago

Best video I've seen so far about this subject!

2 weeks ago

اكو عرب بلطيارة☻

2 weeks ago

As an ESL I feel there is something wrong.
I've written for a week. Doesn't mean that I still writing.
It means that I wrote in past with specific time and I finished.

Who's agree with me?

2 weeks ago

We need more videos please with other lessons

2 weeks ago

Link to list of lectures, make sure to subscribe to catch the newest ones. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WE-Zg63SwA

2 weeks ago

Why don't you just give the explanations in the mother tongue of your students?

2 weeks ago

That is not as effective. Language learning is best when it is immersive.

2 weeks ago

Hello, what is the book you’re using?

3 weeks ago

Focus on Grammar - Pearson

3 weeks ago

Wow, wonderful.
I like this lesson.
Congratulations teaches, I want to learn more...

3 weeks ago

I speak english little but i can understand lessons

3 weeks ago

WOW ,WOW! loved it!!

3 weeks ago

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Professora sua linda ! Eu finalmente tô entendendo! Muito Obrigada! God bless you!

3 weeks ago

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3 weeks ago

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3 weeks ago

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3 weeks ago

+Gabriella Valentimbut i m studying yet .means i m student.
after study i will come there.

3 weeks ago

+mdshahrukh ahmed I'm shour that you'll be welcome in here!

3 weeks ago

Dose the Teacher have an account in social media?

3 weeks ago

Nice lesson.Perfect way of teaching.

3 weeks ago

Nice

1 day ago

Oh teacher u r awesome. I have confused about it but now i feel better. Thank you so much

3 weeks ago

is she eng teacher?

3 weeks ago

Mam plz make the video in hindi language

4 weeks ago

Does "she has known English" make sense?

4 weeks ago

hey guys, could you pls send me the exercise questions for practicing the tense

1 month ago

My sincere congratulations and best wishes.

1 month ago

hii

3 weeks ago

What has she read?* it's the correct question I think

1 month ago

Good

1 month ago

This is a good video demonstrating the Present Perfect using the 'duration form'. Generally the present perfect tense doesn't continue: there is no duration. It's a past action that has relevance to the present moment. For example: Mark is sad because his cat has died. HIS CAT HAS DIED is in the present perfect tense. The death of Mark's cat is why he is sad NOW. The death of his cat doesn't continue to the present or the future. It does, however, affect Mark's emotions in the present which is what is relevant and not the timing or duration of his cat's death.

1 month ago

+Juan Manuel Chavez Garza Hi Thanks for your response. There are different forms of the Present Perfect Tense. The video describes the Present Perfect tense using the Duration form of the tense which is why she uses markers like 'for' and 'since' in her examples.The definition of the Present Perfect Simple I gave is the most generic and it is correct. That is, we use it to say that something in the past is connected with the present in some way. If we say that something 'has happened', we are thinking about the past and the present at the same time. The generic definition also states that it it used to talk about finished actions, when we are thinking of their present consequences: the results they have now. For example: (1) somebody has shot the manager [finished action] --> The manager is dead [result now] (2) I have broken my leg [finished action] --> I can't walk [result now] (3) Mark's cat has died [finished action] --> He is sad [result now] . As you can see by the examples above it isn't the timing or duration of the action that is important it's the result and this is what I was trying to explain. You should get your hands on a book called, Basic English Usage by M. Swan. It's old but a very good resource book. cheers.

4 weeks ago

I respectfully disagree with your comment. In the sentence "the cat has died", you can use the present perfect because it can also be used to express something that thappened very recently in the past. For example, "I have just seen Sofia." It doesn't matter whether seeing Sofia has any relevance in the present; I can use the present perfect in this sentence because it is something that had jus taken place, but I could have used the simple past as well: "I saw Sofia a few minutes ago," in the same way that you could say "Mark is sad because his cat died." Using the present perfect only helps the listener (or reader) that it happened recently. And yes, the present perfect can be used for actions that began in the past and still continue or still have relevance, or for something that took plave at an unspecified time in the past. I hope you find my comments useful.

1 month ago

thank u :) It´s funny to study english in english :D I´m not a native speaker and still i got it. I have never seen better approach, good job :) btw sorry for my english i´m still not sure about my grammar.

1 month ago

You are a good teacher . I wish I was like her

1 month ago

You'r very excellent

1 month ago

She is a very good teacher!

1 month ago

i am a teacher in grammar and i'm new to it . at first i was so confused on how to use the present perfect and present perfect progressive because both of them have the same meaning. my students asked the same question as what you have watched here, and then i answered in the same way. i didn't have an idea at first but i was correct though.

1 month ago

u write so fast

1 month ago

You may also call those non-action verbs as special verbs like the following: love, know, hate, want, seem, etc. We cannot add -ing to special verbs.

1 month ago

You're an excelent teacher

1 month ago

I am English teacher from Ethiopia. I am like grammar and I am very rich in it.

1 month ago

+profsherif salem
She says she's an English teacher! Lol

1 month ago

Oh my god , you have to learn English again sir to teach your students you taught ur pupil wrong way ,

1 month ago

Birhanu Mulugeta
i am like!

1 month ago

Sorry for my bad English

1 month ago

So please,can you tell me ?when we use the present perfect for action that happened . We use it because the time is not specific or some how there is a relevant to present

1 month ago