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19 Soal (Essay) Present Perfect Tense Beserta Jawaban

Kumpulan Soal (Esai/Uraian) Materi Present Perfect Tense

1. What is the helping verb of present perfect tense?

2. What is the difference between since and for in present perfect?

3. Can we use present perfect with past simple?

4. What is the function of simple past tense and present perfect tense?

5. What is the social function of present perfect tense?

6. How do you explain present perfect to a beginner?

7. Is have present perfect?

8. What is the meaning of present perfect tense?

9. What is present perfect tense with examples?

10. Why is it called the present perfect?

11. What is the difference between present tense and present perfect tense?

12. What is the present perfect tense of watch?

13. What is the difference between present perfect tense and past perfect tense?

14. What auxiliary verbs are used in the present perfect tense?

15. Can we use yesterday with present perfect?

16. What is the present perfect tense of finish?

17. How do you conjugate the present perfect?

18. What are typical signal words for the present perfect?

19. How long is present perfect?


1. Present Perfect Tense. In English, present perfect tense is formed with the auxiliary verb “have” plus the past participle of the main verb, for example: “He has studied for a month.” German present perfect tense likewise relies on an auxiliary verb plus the main verb's past particle.

2. We use Present Perfect tense to talk about action which started in the past and continues up to the present. For and since are used with the present perfect to indicate time. We use for to talk about a period of time (a few days, half an hour, two years...) ... We have worked for 2 hours.

3. simple past. You must always use the present perfect when the time of an action is not important or not specified. You must always use the simple past when details about the time or place that an action occured are given or requested.

4. the basic form of the past tense in English. It is used to describe events that finished at a specific time in the past. present perfect tense – n. A grammatical combination of the present tense and the perfect aspect, used to express a past event that has present consequences.

5. The present perfect tense is used to describe action that began in the past and continues into the present or has just been completed at the moment of utterance. The present perfect is often used to suggest that a past action still has an effect upon something happening in the present.

6. Start by Speaking about Your Experiences. Introduce the present perfect by providing three short situations One about life experiences, one speaking about some things that started in the past and continue into the present. Finally, also illustrate the present perfect for events that influence the present moment in time

7. The present perfect is formed from the present tense of the verb have and the past participle of a verb.

8. Definition of the present perfect tense. The present perfect is used to indicate a link between the present and the past. The time of the action is before now but not specified, and we are often more interested in the result than in the action itself.

9. Using Present Perfect Tense. ... One example of this tense is: "have jumped." "Have" is the present tense and "jumped" is the past participle. Some other forms of this tense are: Has lived: She has lived here all her life.

10. Present Perfect is called like that because it combines the present grammatical tense (you have) and the perfect grammatical aspect (done). ... As to why it's perfect, the term comes from Latin perfectus, "achieved, finished, completed".

11. The present perfect continuous tense is used to talk about more temporary actions and situations; the present perfect tense is used to talk about longer-lasting or permanent situations.

12. “watch” in the present tense becomes “watched” in past simple and it's also “watched” in past participle form. And even some irregular verbs use the same verb for past simple as the past participle form. “have” in the present tense becomes “had” in the simple past and it's also “had” as a past participle.

13. Present Perfect, Past Perfect and Future Perfect Verb Tenses. The present perfect verb tense refers to something that was just completed in the recent past. ... For example, “Daniel has worked for Exxon for the past 12 years.” Past perfect refers to how two things that have already happened relate.

14. Auxiliaries. In modern English, the auxiliary verb used to form the present perfect is always to have. A typical present perfect clause thus consists of the subject, the auxiliary have/has, and the past participle (third form) of main verb.

15. You CANNOT use the Present Perfect with time expressions such as "yesterday," "one year ago," "last week," "when I was a chlid," "when I lived in Japan," "at that moment," "that day" or "one day." We CAN use the Present Perfect with expressions like "ever," "never," "once," "many times," "several times," "before," "so ..

16. Have/has + past participle makes the present perfect. ... The present perfect tense is used to describe something that happened in the past, but the exact time it happened is not important. It has a relationship with the present. I have done my homework = I finished my homework in the past.

17. The present perfect is conjugated by using the following formula: haber (in the present tense) + the past participle of a given verb.

18. What are signal words for the Present Perfect?
1. just.
2. yet.
3. never.
4. already.
5. ever.
6. so far.
7. up to now.
8. recently.

19. You can use the present perfect tense when you want to talk about how long you have done something, or for what amount of time you have done something. It is used to talk about an action that began in the past and continues up to the present (and will probably continue in the future)