Movie Segments to Assess Grammar Goals: Unbreakable: Present Perfect (with Just) This movie is not one I would strongly recommend, but it has good moments. This scene is one of them. David's, Bruce Willis's character, touching passers-by make him see what they have just done minutes before that, which is perfect for the students to practice the present perfect tense, using - just - in their sentences.
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