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Past Perfect

Past Perfect
The past perfect is a verb tense which is used to show that an action took place once or many times before another point in the past. Read on for detailed descriptions, examples, and present perfect exercises. Past Perfect Forms The past perfect is formed using had + past participle. Questions are indicated by inverting the subject and had. Statement: You had studied English before you moved to New York. Complete List of Past Perfect Forms Past Perfect Uses USE 1 Completed Action Before Something in the Past The past perfect expresses the idea that something occurred before another action in the past. Examples: I had never seen such a beautiful beach before I went to Kauai. USE 2 Duration Before Something in the Past (Non-Continuous Verbs) With non-continuous verbs and some non-continuous uses of mixed verbs, we use the past perfect to show that something started in the past and continued up until another action in the past. We had had that car for ten years before it broke down. Example: Related:  ANGLAIS

Dicas de Inglês :: Present Perfect: Dicas e macetes Howdy, everybody! How y´all doing? Saudações no melhor estilo sulista americano! OK, let’s start! Lembrem-se que ele se chama Present Perfect por uma razão: tem sempre algo relacionado com o presente de quem fala ou da situação da qual se fala. I have lost my car keys. Viram a conexão entre o passado e o presente? Let´s continue … O Present Perfect também é usado com uma série de advérbios: JUST: indica que a ação acabou de acontecer. Mais Dicas Importantes Quando a pergunta contiver WHEN nunca use o Present Perfect, sempre use o Simple Past: When did you start studying English? Postem suas dúvidas que respondo ASAP (as soon as possible)! Take care!

Past Participle What is a past participle? A past participle indicates past or completed action or time. It is often called the 'ed' form as it is formed by adding d or ed, to the base form of regular verbs, however it is also formed in various other ways for irregular verbs. It can be used to form a verb phrase as part of the present perfect tense. For example:- I have learnt English. It can be used to form the passive voice. Her hair was well brushed. It can also be used as an adjective. For example:- As an adjective: He had a broken arm. Here is a comprehensive list of irregular verbs. Past Perfect The past perfect tense is often used in English when we are relating two events which happened in the past. It helps to show which event happened first. This page will explain the rules for forming and using the tense. Forming the past perfect tense This tense is formed using two components: the verb HAVE (in the past tense), and the past participle form of a verb. With a regular verb the past participle ends with -ED (just like the simple past). Using the Past Perfect The past perfect is used to show you which of two events happened first. Here, we don't know which order the events happened in. Here, we know that the discussion took place first — even though the sentence describing it comes afterwards. Here is another example: When you are sure that you understand the lesson, you can continue with the exercises.

Present Perfect The present perfect is a verb tense which is used to show that an action has taken place once or many times before now. The present perfect is most frequently used to talk about experiences or changes that have taken place, but there are other less common uses as well. Read on for detailed descriptions, examples, and present perfect exercises. Present Perfect Forms The present perfect is formed using has/have + past participle. Statement: You have seen that movie many times.Question: Have you seen that movie many times? Complete List of Present Perfect Forms Present Perfect Uses USE 1 Unspecified Time Before Now We use the present perfect to say that an action happened at an unspecified time before now. Examples: I have seen that movie twenty times. How Do You Actually Use the Present Perfect? The concept of "unspecified time" can be very confusing to English learners. TOPIC 1 Experience You can use the present perfect to describe your experience. I have been to France. TOPIC 3 Accomplishments

Participio El participio es, en gramática, la forma no personal del verbo que este toma para funcionar como adjetivo sin perder del todo su naturaleza verbal. Esta condición de participar de ambas naturalezas es la que da origen a su nombre, tal como afirma el Diccionario de la lengua española de la RAE en algunas de sus ediciones anteriores. En algunas lenguas, como el latín, existe más de un participio. Clases[editar] En español existe una clase de participio reconocido actualmente como forma verbal, al que se denomina simplemente participio. Participio del español[editar] Por su construcción, existen dos tipos de participios en castellano: los regulares y los irregulares: Los regulares se construyen de la siguiente manera: lexema del verbo + vocal inductora + vocal temática + morfema de participio + morfema de género + morfema de número. Ejemplos de participios terminados en "ado" (los verbos infinitivos que terminan en ar) Cantar: CantadoBailar: BailadoAmar: AmadoDesear: DeseadoLimpiar: Limpiado

Present Perfect 2: Irregular Past Participles To make the present perfect, you need to use HAVE + PAST PARTICIPLE. The past participles of most verbs are formed using -ED, but some common verbs have unusual past participles. In this exercise, you can test your knowledge of irregular past participles. Click on the button beside the correct answer. Eat: You've ______ my lunch! 4FwCNWJmDl Etherpad lite allows you to edit documents collaboratively in real-time, much like a live multi-player online editor, allowing you to write articles, proposals, press releases and the like, together with your friends, your fellow students or your colleagues, working on the same document at the same time. It even supports rich text editing! Additionally, Etherpad lite provides access to all data through a well-documented HTTP API and supports import/export to many major data exchange formats. The built-in plugin system makes extending the core functionality a breeze, regardless of whether you're adding support for inserting images or videos or allowing users to collaborate on tables. Try the live demo ! Etherpad lite was spawned from the hell fire of Etherpad and is based entirely on node.js, allowing us to share code between the client and the server and taking advantage of node's non-blocking I/O. Etherpad is an open source project. If you want to help, get in touch ! Thank you!

Participio pasado (past participle) Participio pasado El participio de pasado o 'past participle' es una forma verbal no personal. Puede funcionar como adjetivo o como verbo en los tiempos compuestos en la oración. Es conocido también como '-ed form' ya que se construye añadiendo dicho sufijo a los verbos regulares. Su formación y pronunciación es la misma que la del pasado simple. Infinitivo sin "to" + terminación -ed. Sin embargo, los verbos irregulares tienen otras formaciones. To watch → watch + -ed → watched (regular verb) To write → writen (irreglar verb) Funciones del 'past participle' 1 Formar los tiempos perfectos. I have worked. He trabajado. 2 Formar la pasiva. Two men were arrested yesterday. Dos hombres fueron arrestados ayer. 3 El 'past participle', como el 'present participle', puede funcionar como adjetivo delante de un sustantivo o detrás del verbo 'to be' u otro copulativo. He gave me a broken glass. Me dio un vaso roto. I´m bored. Estoy aburrido. A boring person. A bored person. 5 En subordinadas adverbiales.

Present Perfect and Simple Past 1 In each sentence, choose the correct form of the verb. Click on the button beside the correct answer. I ________ to work every day for the last six weeks! walked have walkedChika ________ from university last July. graduated has graduatedJoji ________ in Tokyo for five years, but he left in 1993. lived have livedI ________ the movie Titanic three times. I'm going to see it again tonight. saw have seenThe Titanic ________ in 1912. sank has sunkSomebody ________ my bicycle! Now I'll have to walk home. stole has stolenGerry ________ off his bike three times this month. fell has fallenI ________ my key yesterday, so I couldn't get into the house.

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