Akbar

An English Examiner Manager For Education Technology in Vietnam

Hello My name is Akbar. Now I live in Hanoi, Vietnam. I work as an  English examiner manager for education technology in Vietnam. I graduated from English Education and  I have been teaching English since 2009. I love English since I was elementary school. I also have ever joined English Debate Competitions as both contestant and  judge. For me teaching English is one of my best hobby ever.

Present Perfect Tense

Present Perfect tense merupakan salah satu Tenses yang penting dalam pengunaannya saat kita berkomunikasi. Namun kebanyakan kita sering bingung dan merasa sulit kapan harus menggunakannya. Present Perfect Tense pada umumnya digunakan untuk menceritakan pengalaman, perubahan-perubahan yang terjadi dan situasi yang berlanjut terus menerus.

Sebagai contoh “ He has lived in Hanoi.” Kalimat ini bermakna bahwa penulis pernah mempunyai pengalaman tinggal di Hanoi tanpa mempedulikan kapan dia tinggal disana, yang terpenting kita tahu bahwa dia pernah tinggal di Hanoi. Sementara dalam kalimat “ I have bought a car” pembicara atau penulis ingin menceritakan sebuah perubahan yang ia alami. Dulunya ia tidak memiliki mobil namun sekarang ia memiliki mobil.

 

Kita juga sering menggunakan Present Perfect untuk menceritakan sesuatu hal yang masih berlangsung hingga sekarang. “ I have lived in Hanoi since March.” atau “ I have lived in Hanoi for 6 months.” Hal ini berarti saya tinggal di hanoi sejak bulan Maret hingga sekarang saya tinggal di Hanoi, dan mungkin di masa depan saya akan tetap tinggal.

 

Bentuk Kalimat Present Perfect Tense:

 

Subject Have/Has Past Participle
Affirmative He Has finished
Negative He has not/hasn’t finished
Interrogative Has he finished?
Negative Interrogative Hasn’t he finished?

 

 

 

Affirmative Negative Interrogative
I have finished I have not finished Have you finished?
You have finished You have not finished Have you finished?
He/she has finished. He/she has not finished Has he/she finished?
They have finished. They have not finished Have they finished?
We have finished. We have not finished Have we finished?
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