I _______ with my parents.
have been lived
have been living
I _______ for you for almost an hour!
have been waiting
_____ you _____ baked potatoes? They are delicious.
Has - eated
have - eaten
Have - eated
Have - eaten
So far, nobody ____________! I hope keep it that way!
have stand me up
has stood me up
have standed me up
have stood up me
Have ___ ___ had a misunderstanding with a foreign?
My little kitty ___ ______! I can't find it!
have been disappeared
has been disappeared
has being dissappear
I ___ very rich. I ____ a big bank account, if you need money, ______ hesitate to ask me.
've - had - did
'm - had - doesn't
'm - have - don't
've - have - doesn't
I ___ _______ something, I reckon it's a bird,
have been listening
have had listening
I ____ something for this girl. I ___ in love.
feel - am
feeling - am
feel - do
feel - get
___ he ___ a BMW? No, he does not. He has a Jaguar.
Does - has
Does - got
Does - have
Do - has
Present perfect is used to talk about a past action or situation which started at some time in the past.
We use the present simple to talk about facts or things which are generally true.
The present continues it is not useful about situations in progress.
We often use present simple with adverbs of frequency (once a week, on Fridays, often, etc.)
We use the present perfect continuous to talk about an action or situation that was in progress in the recent past.
We do not use the Present Perfect Simple and Continuous with since and for.
We've been friends since we were twelve years old.
Means that they are no longer friends.
I always have a shower in the morning.
Means that everyday you take showers in the morning.
Michael can't come with us because he hasn't renewed his passport.
Means that in the past, he did not renew his passport, therefore he will not go (to Paris.)
She never talks to strangers.
Means that she accept strangers' company.