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English Grammar

Past Simple Verb Tense & Present Perfect Verb Tense


Understand the diffidence between the past simple verb tense & the present perfect verb tense

    Past Simple – is used when the:

  • action is finished
  • exact time of the action is known
    • I lost my keys.
    • Jimmy went to Europe 2 years ago.
    • We finished the project last week.

    Present Perfect Verb Tense – is used for an action:

  • that is not finished
  • that finished in the past & has something to do with now
  • the exact time of the action is unknown
    • I have lost my keys, and now I can't get into the house.
    • My sister and I have gone to France a while ago.
    • We have done a lot of work on the project.

Basic Grammar

Present Simple Verb Tense

Present Continuous Verb Tense

  • Present Continuous Verb Tense
  • Present Continuous Verb Tense Chart
  • Present Continuous Verb Tense Quiz
  • Present Perfect Verb Tense

  • Present Perfect Verb Tense
  • Present Perfect Verb Tense Chart
  • Present Perfect Verb Tense Quiz
  • Past Simple Verb Tense vs Present Perfect Verb Tense
  • Present Perfect vs. the Present Perfect Continuous Verb Tense
  • Present Perfect Continuous Verb Tense

  • Present Perfect Continuous Verb Tense
  • Present Perfect Continuous Verb Tense Chart
  • Present Perfect Verb Tense vs. Present Perfect Continuous Verb Tense