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    Present Perfect lessons - free worksheet

    I'm doing a series of lessons on the Present Perfect and this is the first one. There's a little film for learners, with an accompanying worksheet. I hope the worksheet part might also be of use for some teachers.
    You can download it for free here:
    London English Classes: Present Perfect - Part 01

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    The present perfect manages to irritate a far wider learner base.

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    It's great isn't it! We'll never be out of work! :)

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    Along with modals and articles.

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    And prepositions.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Re: Present Perfect lessons - free worksheet

    Well done with the content.
    I don't understand the time line. It seems to be the same for all tenses. Is the past really at a right angle to the present?
    And the noise!

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    The time line was intended to show that link between the past and the present which is key for all Perfect tenses. I don't think I'd use such a diagram for past tenses for example but thanks for your input.

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    Here's Part 2 - with free worksheet to download for students and teachers
    London English Classes: Present Perfect - Part 2

    Thanks for looking.

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    AND....part 3 London English Classes: Present Perfect Part 03a

    This third (and final) use - a finished action which has an effect now - is probably the one that causes learners most difficulties.
    There is video lesson to watch as well as a free worksheet for teachers and students to download.

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