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English Grammar Lesson: Present Perfect Simple - Free Educational videos for Students in k-12

English Grammar Lesson: Present Perfect Simple - By Smrt English

00:03 So in previous videos we have looked at some other
00:06 uses of the present perfect , simple . And in
00:08 this video we're going to look at the third use
00:11 which is explaining the present . So to explain the
00:16 present , you could use the present tense like present
00:18 , simple or present . Continuous . Some examples would
00:21 be It is snowing . I am hungry . I
00:24 have a cup of coffee . She isn't here .
00:26 The door is closed , but we can also use
00:29 present . Perfect . Simple to explain the same thing
00:32 now . To make your sentence , you must look
00:35 at the action that changed before . Okay , so
00:38 we're going to focus on the change . So if
00:40 we look at it is snowing , I can also
00:43 say it has started snowing . I have a cup
00:48 of coffee . I could say I have got or
00:50 I have bought a cup of coffee . Uh huh
00:54 . She isn't here . I can also say she
00:57 has left . Okay , so she has left is
00:59 she is no longer in the room . The door
01:02 is closed . What happened ? Someone has closed the
01:06 door . Okay . Now in the present , perfect
01:11 . Simple . We use the verb go a lot
01:14 on you would use gone in this When you use
01:18 this gun expresses the idea that someone or something waas
01:22 here but is now not here yet they haven't returned
01:27 . Now when we use the present perfect simple often
01:32 sometimes you can get a little bit confused between present
01:35 perfect simple on past Simple . But if you use
01:38 the past simple , there is no connection to the
01:40 present . Okay , so the action is completely finished
01:44 . So the teacher closed the door or she left
01:47 the room . Finished actions in the past . Now
01:51 , when it comes to time expressions in present perfect
01:54 , simple . You cannot use a specific time .
01:57 If you want to use a specific time , you
01:59 must use the past simple . So I could say
02:02 Bill has not arrived . Or I could say the
02:06 rain hasn't stopped on . I can't say yet yet
02:09 a common word that we use Okay , but it's
02:11 not specific . Another use . We can talk about
02:16 actions that have happened sooner than we expected . So
02:20 the students have already finished their homework . This means
02:23 I'm surprised that they have already finished another example .
02:27 It is only 11 a.m. But I have already eaten
02:31 lunch . So this happened sooner than I thought it
02:34 would . I hope you enjoyed the video and I'll
02:37 see you next time


Leanne presents how to use the present perfect simple tense.


English Grammar Lesson: Present Perfect Simple is a free educational video by Smrt English.It helps students in grades 4 practice the following standards L.4.1.B.

This page not only allows students and teachers view English Grammar Lesson: Present Perfect Simple but also find engaging Sample Questions, Apps, Pins, Worksheets, Books related to the following topics.

1. L.4.1.B : Form and use the progressive (e.g., I was walking; I am walking; I will be walking) verb tenses..





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