Elementary English. Lesson 7. Past simple and present perfect review
30 июля 2013

Elementary English. Lesson 7. Past simple and present perfect review

Elementary English. Lesson 7. Past simple and present perfect review
What is the difference between past simple and present perfect? How do we use them? Find out in this video. Here is a QUIZ to test your understanding PLEASE ...
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#1 написал: MrSkypelessons (1 августа 2013 08:06)
Yes, sure. ?
#2 написал: Claudio Santos (1 августа 2013 08:06)
I want to tell you something. You are a very good teacher. It?s so easy to understand what you say in your v?deos. CONGRATULATIONS. I hope you make much more v?deos. You re helping a lot; THANKS?
#3 написал: Claudio Santos (1 августа 2013 08:06)
Hi. I have a question. Instead to say I WENTTHERE IN? 1999, can I say I WAS THERE IN 1999? Thanks for helping me
#4 написал: Stann Ons (1 августа 2013 08:06)
Thanks MrSkypelessons. :)) ?
#5 написал: MrSkypelessons (1 августа 2013 08:06)
I have lived / have been living = the same. I have worked / have been working = the same Both perfect AND continuous are possible with 'live' and 'work', because? they can be stative verbs, and dynamic verbs.
#6 написал: Stann Ons (1 августа 2013 08:06)
Hi MrSkypelessons, Thanks for the lesson, greetings from M'sia! Quick question:- Question 1: I have lived here for 5? years. What if i use present perfect progressive.. is that still same meaning ? I have been living here for 5 years. Thanks in advance :))
#7 написал: alicjam3337 (1 августа 2013 08:06)
thank you?
#8 написал: MrSkypelessons (1 августа 2013 08:06)
I lived in Russia for 8 years (Now I am in the UK.) PAST SIMPLE = FINISHED. Я жил в России 8 лет I have lived in Russia for 8 years.? (Now, I am in Moscow) PRESENT PERFECT = UNFINISHED. Я живу в России 8 лет for can be either.
#9 написал: alicjam3337 (1 августа 2013 08:06)
great initiative great lectures I have one question I dont get why in 8. is FOR 8 YEARS. if it is past simple it is finished so can we write I lived in russia FOR 8 years - if i dont right now ? FOR? doesnt connote - unfinished ? warm greetings from Poland :)
#10 написал: nenna123ful (1 августа 2013 08:06)
I'm so? happy, this lesson is great!! From Brazil!
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