Unformatted text preview: 4 Present Perfect Simple – 2 (until now) - used for an activity that began in the past and continues- Asks: How long? or How much? ( How long have you done it, until now?) Question: How long have you studied English? 5 Aff.Answer: I have studied English since 2004. Neg.Answer: I have not studied English. 6 Present Perfect Simple – 3 (recent past)- the recent past- something that has happened in the past but very recently John came to the party at 9:00. At 9:02, Mary says, “John has come.” 7 2 Have you gone to Hawaii ( until now in your life) ? 3 I have gone to Hawaii ( before and may go again) . 4 I have not gone to Hawaii ( before but I may in the future) . 5 How long have you studied English ( from the point you began until now) ? 6 I have not studied English ( before but I may in the future) . 7 John has just come. ( Just is often added for emphasis)...
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