Be used to
Few and Little
Get Used To
Have and Have Got
Lend and Borrow
Past Perfect Continuous
Past Perfect Simple
Present Perfect Continuous
Present Perfect Simple
Say and Tell
Small and Little
So and Such
Too and Enough
Will and Going to
Affirmative: have / has + verb 3 (past participle)
Negative: haven't / hasn't + verb 3 (past participle)
(See the phonemic chart for IPA symbols used below)Been is usuallly reduced to its weak form.
Teacher informs sts that he will exit the classroom and something will be different about him. When he comes back the sts have to say what the teacher 'has done'.
Teacher leaves, comes back with no shoes on, watch taken off, tie over his shoulder, belt off etc, now teacher elicits from sts "you have taken off your watch".
- for event in the past with present effects though when it happened is not important.
Find two pictures of the same building - maybe a house. One photo is of the house wrecked and the other is of
it cleaned up. Now ask the sts what have I done to the house to elicit the
"You have replaced the door"...
- for past event having present effect though when it happened is not important.
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