Present perfect and simple past: differences

We do not use the present perfect with expressions that refer to a completely finished period of time, like yesterday, last week, when, then, five years ago, in 1995. The simple past is used with this meaning. I saw Alice yesterday. (NOT I have seen Alice yesterday.) I was born in 1979. She died three … Продължете с четенето на Present perfect and simple past: differences

Present perfect progressive tense

Affirmative Negative Question I have been writing She has been writing. You have been writing. I have not been writing. She has not been writing. You have not been writing. Have I been writing? Has she been writing? Have you been writing? Uses of the present perfect progressive tense We use the present perfect progressive … Продължете с четенето на Present perfect progressive tense

Present perfect tense

Affirmative Negative Question I have written She has written. You have written. I have not written. She has not written. You have not written. Have I written? Has she written? Have you written? Uses of the present perfect tense past events connected with the present We can use the present perfect tense to say that … Продължете с четенето на Present perfect tense