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Present Perfect and Simple Past


This week you will be learning about the present perfect and the simple past.


Past tense is used for activities or events that started and finished in the past.


Present perfect tense is used for activities that started in the past but are still true now, or have an effect on what is happening now.


  • Present perfect tense uses the auxiliary verb HAVE before the main verb.
  • Use ‘have’ for I / you / we / they.
  • Use ‘has’ for he / she / it.


Carefully read through the lesson presentation information before starting today’s activity.

Use the word mat and poster to support your learning.


Complete the sentence

You are going to separate the present perfect from the simple past.

You can choose only one activity to do.