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|Auxiliary verb ‘to have’ + past participle|
USE THE PRESENT PERFECT TO DESCRIBE:
- an action that began in past continues in present – I have been in Malta for 3 months.
- a past / finished action that has present importance – I have just broken a glass.
- to describe past experience – I have been to Mexico.
- an action happened at an indefinite or unspecified time in the past – I have never had an operation.
Review of the PAST SIMPLE in English
Irregular Past Participle Exercise (level A1/A2)
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