HAVE / HAS + _______-ED or 3rd column of irregular verbs
The verb TO HAVE is in present and it is the auxiliary for this tense such as in these examples:
- She has studied English for three years or She's studied English for three years
- He hasn't met her parents up to now
- Have they finished yet?
- PRESENT PERFECT: anything indiating UP TO NOW such as ever, ust, already, yet, since, for and so on.
- PAST SIMPLE: there is an explicit reference to past such as yesterday, last ___, ___ ago, in ____ and so on. (Check the fotocopy about past simple I gave you in class)
- grammar summary with exercises at the end
- grammar and exercises
- grammar : a bit long but quite complete; exercises at the end
- an exercise on line
- in Spanish, just in case you need any help