PRESENTE Y PASADO PERFECTO Adrian Rodríguez CI:24321731
PRESENT PERFECT- PRESENTE PERFECTO El presente perfecto no resulta fácil de entender para los aprendices de una segunda...
 2) Acciones completadas recientemente He has just played handball. (It is over now.) 3) Acciones que comenzaron en el ...
 ORACIONES AFIRMATIVAS I HAVE PLAYED FOOTBALL. SHE HAS PLAYED FOOTBALL. ORACIONES NEGATIVAS I HAVE NOT PLAYED FOOTBAL...
PAST PERFECT – PASADO PERFECTO 1) Junto con el Pasado Simple Cuando dos acciones pasadas se combinan la primera acc...
FORMAS DEL PASADO PERFECTO ORACIONES AFIRMATIVAS THEY HAD GONE HOME - SHE HAD PLAYEDHOCKEY ORACIONES NEGATIVAS ...
BIBLIOGRAFÍA http://julielandaez.blogspot.com/2012/04/timepo s-verbales-presente-pasado.html
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Presente y pasado perfecto.

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. PRESENTE Y PASADO PERFECTO Adrian Rodríguez CI:24321731
  • 2. PRESENT PERFECT- PRESENTE PERFECTO El presente perfecto no resulta fácil de entender para los aprendices de una segunda lengua. Es una combinación del pasado y presente. Una acción del pasado tiene algo que ver con el presente. 1) Resultado de una acción en el pasado que es importante en le presente (No es importante cuando esta acción sucedió.) I have cleaned my room. (It is clean now.) Has Peggy ever been to Tokyo? (Has Peggy been there or not?)
  • 3.  2) Acciones completadas recientemente He has just played handball. (It is over now.) 3) Acciones que comenzaron en el pasado y todavía continúan -mayormente con since (punto en el tiempo) o for (periodo de tiempo) We have lived in Canada since 1986. (We still live there.) We have lived in Canada for 20 years. 4) Acompañado con lately, recently, yet I have been to London recently. (no specific point of time) He has not written the e-mail yet. (He has not done it.)
  • 4.  ORACIONES AFIRMATIVAS I HAVE PLAYED FOOTBALL. SHE HAS PLAYED FOOTBALL. ORACIONES NEGATIVAS I HAVE NOT PLAYED FOOTBALL. SHE HAS NOT PLAYED FOOTBALL. PREGUNTAS HAVE YOU PLAYED FOOTBALL? HAS SHE PLAYED FOOTBALL?
  • 5. PAST PERFECT – PASADO PERFECTO 1) Junto con el Pasado Simple Cuando dos acciones pasadas se combinan la primera acción; la cual fue completada antes que la segunda comenzara, va en Pasado Perfecto. The lesson had started when we arrived. After Amy had gone home it started to rain. 2) El Pasado equivalente del Presente Perfecto He had played hockey.
  • 6. FORMAS DEL PASADO PERFECTO ORACIONES AFIRMATIVAS THEY HAD GONE HOME - SHE HAD PLAYEDHOCKEY ORACIONES NEGATIVAS THEY HAD NOT GONE HOME - SHE HAD NOTPLAYED HOCKEY PREGUNTAS HAD THEY GONE HOME?- HAD SHE PLAYEDHOCKEY?
  • 7. BIBLIOGRAFÍA http://julielandaez.blogspot.com/2012/04/timepo s-verbales-presente-pasado.html

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