4d_present perfect continuous + present perfect

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This lesson contains 23 slides, with interactive quizzes and text slides.

time-iconLesson duration is: 50 min

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Upcoming tests & assingments
klas: 4d
  1. Follow Up test, p 123- 133: 3 Oct
  2. Reading exercises 2013 tijdvak 1 inleveren op 10 Oct
  3. Listening test 1: 6 Nov
  4. Literature test 1: 13 Nov

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  • Aan het einde van deze les weet je wat de Present Perfect Continuous is.
  • Aan het einde van deze les kun je de Present Perfect Continuous gebruiken.
  • Aan het einde van deze less weet je het verschil tussen de Present Perfect en de Present Perfect Continuous.
  • Listening practice

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When to use the present perfect?

Slide 4 - Mind map

Present perfect
  • When to use? to talk about finished actions in time up to now. Never say when exactly they happened. You can use time expressions such as for, yet, never, ever, just, already, since (fyne jas)
  • form? I/you/we/they + have + voltooid deelwoord/past participle. She/he/it + has + voltooid deelwoord/past participle
  • Examples? She has been to Italy twice.

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Situation: Tom started playing the drums two hours ago. He is still playing it. Tom__________the drums for two hours.

has played
has been playing
is playing

Slide 6 - Quiz

Present Perfect Continuous

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Present Perfect Continuous
When to use?
1. To talk about activites that started in the past and continue in time 'up-to-now'  (de nadruk ligt op de tijdsduur)
For example: You have been staring at that computer screen for hours.
2.  When we can see evidence of recent activity 
For example: The grass looks wet. Has it been raining?

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Present Perfect Continuous
I/you/we/they  + have + been + werkwoord-ing
She/he/it + has + been + werkwoord-ing

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Which sentence is in the present perfect continuous?
We have been playing
We had been playing
We were playing
We are playing

Slide 10 - Quiz

Which sentence is present perfect continuous?
We've been practising all afternoon.
We've practised all afternoon.
We were practising all afternoon.
We practised all afternoon.

Slide 11 - Quiz

We are waiting for the bus. We started waiting 20 minutes ago. We ________(wait) for 20 minutes
have ben waiting
has been waiting
are waiting
were waiting

Slide 12 - Quiz

Present Perfect Continuous
I'm bored. It________(rain) for hours so I can't go out.

Slide 13 - Open question

She looks really tired____(she/work) all night?

Slide 14 - Open question

Present Perfect vs Present Perfect Continuous

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Present perfect versus
 present perfect continuous

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I have _________(know) him for twenty years

have been knowing
have known

Slide 17 - Quiz

I have ______(read) the book you lent me, so you can have it back now

have been reading
have read

Slide 18 - Quiz

I hope I'll pass the test, I ____(study) very hard all week.
have been studying
have studied

Slide 19 - Quiz

Patrick is a tennis player. He began playing tennis when he was 10 year old. This year he is national champion again for the fourth time. He ____(win) the national championship four times
has won
has been winning

Slide 20 - Quiz

Slide 21 - Link

Now listening

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Hold an interview 
Work in pairs or group of 3. Imagine that you host an exchange student. Ask your classmates at least 10 questions about his/her life as an exchange student. Swap roles. Use present perfect & present perfect continous tense. E.g:
  1. Have you ever been to Amsterdam? 
  2. How many times have you been to…….?
  3. Have you eaten in a restaurant this week?
  4. How long have you been studying English?
  5. What are your hobbies? How long have you been doing that?
  6. Where do you live? How long have you been living there?
  7. You’ve got a nice car/nice phone. How long have you had it?

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