Видео занятия на английском языке онлайн бесплатно. №95. Тема: Настоящее совершенное время глагола - Урок грамматики английского языка.

На этом уроке вы сможете узнать о настоящем совершенном времени глагола в английском языке.
Есть ли в вашем языке что-нибудь похожее на настоящее совершенное? Во многих языках нет подобной формы глагола. Это может затруднить правильное использование настоящего совершенного в английском языке.
На этом занятии вы узнаете, как по-разному использовать форму глагола настоящего совершенного вида. Обязательно сообщите нам в комментариях, какое время вам кажется самым трудным!

Этот урок поможет вам:
- Понять правильный способ формирования настоящего совершенного.
- Увидеть, как вы можете говорить о жизненном опыте с помощью глагола настоящего совершенного времени.
- Говорить о незавершенном времени с present perfect.
- Использовать настоящее совершенное время глагола, чтобы говорить о незавершенных действиях и состояниях.
- Рассмотреть, как вы можете использовать настоящее совершенное время для описания прошлых действий с нынешними последствиями.

1. Как сформировать настоящее совершенное 1:25
2. Разговор о жизненном опыте 3:02
3. Разговор о незаконченном времени 4:38
4. Разговор о незавершенных действиях/состояниях 8:43
5. Прошлые действия с нынешними последствиями 11:18

Примеры выполненных заданий к уроку:
This is literally one of the best English lessons out there! I was always confused by the different meanings of the past simple and the present perfect, and this video really has solved my problems :D! While a little fast to me (I rewound it a few times), this lesson covers many good examples and explanations- it is quite helpful, especially when you mentioned the common mistakes made by English learners, I realized: yup, that's me! I didn't even notice it before learning it from you. A massive thank you!
I have been practicing english for almost a year, I'm still practicing. I have practiced on my own, I have watched few series,I've jotted down most common vocabulary. Later, I have realised that practicing the language in phrases and sentences are the effective methods. Since then, I have been practicing with tenses, phrases and sentences. And now, I hope that I will get the result which I have been hoping for years.
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I'm an Egyptian Anesthesiologist, my English has improved tremendously thanks to you recently, Nonetheless I'm still hoping for exploring the wonderful English mountain, hopefully I could be able to climb it's top soon.
Could you please make a video about the differences between present perfect tense and present perfect continous in more details, and stress more upon the overlapping between them?. Thank you again for your efforts and wonderful support!!
Thank you, Daniel and Maria, for the very useful lesson The lesson has provided me with a comprehensive knowledge of the present perfect verb tense. Thanks to the lesson, I can now see the difference between the present perfect tense and the simple past tense of the verb and know when to use them.
I like the tests you gave learners after each part of the lesson. This challenges my ability to practice. I love your body language, you have presented lessons like artists.
Compared to my native language, I have to admit that English is a much more accurate language. Learning English is now my biggest hobby. In my opinion, it's a great asset for any educated person.
1. I have studied English for 4 consecutive months.

2. I have studied my career for 6 years, of which I postponed a year due to family problems, I have completed 100% of the disciplinary courses. I have completed 80% of the degree requirements.

3. My life since the quarantine began has been a little more flexible in the subject of study, my family relationship has been strengthened, I have been able to carry out activities that in the past had paused due to lack of time. I have also been able to continue working.

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Also I would have said:
I have studied 3 sections UNTIL NOW.
I have gone to the theatre 4 times IN THE LAST MONTH.
IT'S THE FIRST TIME I have been here.
His wife is died, he has been depressed EVER SINCE.
EVER SINCE she met him, she has been depressed.
I have done it MANY TIMES IN MY LIFE.
I have worked out LATELY.
With some Verbs ( claim, seem ,appear, promise expect, hope, need, would like, ) one can use the perfect infinitive instead of the present perfect with the same meaning. For instance: She claims that she has seen him before = she claims to have seen him before.

I was wondering if I might dare to ask you a question ? Could I just use present perfect with that keys below?
I have met her SINCE TWO MONTH AGO; SINCE FOUR WEEKS AGO, SINCE 5 INUTES AGO? I heard that costruction style, from Mr Trump two weeks ago.

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