Present Perfect Cont.

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englishSecondary Education

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PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS
 TENSE

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ELOS
Learners will be able to:
  1. recall the concept of present perfect tense.
  2. explore present perfect cont. tense.
  3. identify and frame sentences from the same.
  4. attempt related exercises
  5. learn the various uses of the tense.
  6. understand the difference between since and for.

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Recall some of the  common sentences from your classes.
  1. I have completed the work.
  2. I have submitted the assignments.
  3. I have made everyone attendee.
  4. I have joined the class.
  5. She has left the class due to some technical glitch. 

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Mention the similarity among all the sentences.

Slide 5 - Open question

All these sentences hit on the completion of some task; be it in the recent past or late past.

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When we need to depict the completion of any action; in the recent past or late past, we use present perfect tense.The format of the same is 
has/have + V3

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Write one sentence of present perfect tense.

Slide 8 - Open question

Open page no. 162 and answer the questions.

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Observe the following sentences.
I  have done the work.
I have been doing the work for 3 hours.

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Identify the difference between the two sentences.

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Let's discuss now
have done the work.
I have been doing the work for 3 hours.

(The first sentence shows that the task has been well completed.The second sentence shows that the task began somewhere in the past, continued for sometime and it's still being done.

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When we need to depict the actions which began somewhere in the past, continued for sometime and are still being done, we use PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE.

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Create one sentence with present perfect cont. tense.

Slide 14 - Open question

Read the conversation between Wogogee and his friend on page no. 163 and underline the sentences used in PPC tense.

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Observe the following sentences.
  1. I have been watching for sometime now.
  2. We have been meeting often.
  3. I have been doing my work for 3 hours.
  4. I have been doing this work for three hours.
  5. I have been doing work since 3 p.m. 

(Note that we use adverbs of time in this tense)

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Difference between since and for
Read the following sentences and identify the difference between since and for.

  1. I have been doing this work for three hours.
  2. I have been doing work since 3 p.m. 

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Since is used for point of time and for is used for period of time.
  1. I have been doing for three hours.
  2. I have been doing work since 3 p.m.

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The farmers have been harvesting the field __ 6 hours.
A
since
B
for

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The panel has been interviewing the candidates __ 7:00 a.m.
A
for
B
since

Slide 20 - Quiz

Reema has been taking piano classes __ 2019
A
for
B
since

Slide 21 - Quiz

We have been living in Ghaziabad __ 13 years.
A
since
B
for

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DIFFERENT FORMS


Affirmative            Negative                         Interrogative
I have been       I haven't been living.        Have I been living.                                                                  living?
                                                                                       

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Now I can identify the tense and implement it correctly.
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Slide 24 - Poll

HOME FUN
  1. Create a web page showing the various measures that can be taken to conserve Earth. 
  2. Attempt the quiz : https://quizizz.com/join?gc=28491718

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