There is no exactly equivalent French tense to the present perfect tense in English.
He used the present perfect verb " have woken up" .
他使用的是动词的在完成" have woken up" 。
Today we are reviewing the present perfect and past perfect verb tenses.
The word " have" in the phrase is part of the present perfect verb tense.
该短语中的" have" 是动词的在完成的部分。
The present perfect simple and past simple tenses.
The present perfect is often associated with a number of adverbs.
We're focused on the result when we're using the present perfect simple.
Kelly uses the present perfect when she says, " Have you ever reported on a big weather event? "
And now one in present perfect: We've been unable to complete the project within the specified budget.
The next one is present perfect, question form: How long has your little boy been able to read?
Now, both of these questions are really important questions when you're using the present perfect tense in English.
Other adverbs are used with the present continuous and the present perfect tenses but that lesson is for another day.
The difference between the present perfect simple and past simple is not always easy to understand.
Finally, after we have used the present perfect simple, we switch to the past simple to go into specific detail.
The present perfect is often used without a time word.
So let's start by talking about the present perfect simple tense and the present perfect continuous tense.
The present perfect simple and continuous tenses.
The present perfect is all about the relevance...or importance of something in the present...even if the action is past.
We can also use the present perfect with time periods that are not finished.
You can connect your past experience to the present using the present perfect tense.
So this is the present perfect simple tense.