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The present perfect tense. Meaning: the present perfect tense: is a tense used for the following reasons:
* To express actions that started in the past and are still done in the present.
* To express that you have done an action at least once in your life, but you could probably do it again in the future.
* To express repeated actions in the pastwithout determining any specific time.
Form: to make sentences using present perfect, you must always.
* Use the auxiliary have o has + past participle form of the verb.
The adverb yet is used in negative statements that refer to an action that has not been done yet, but the persons is planning to do. Yet is also used in yes/no questions.
1. I have done it yesterday.
a) Correct.b) Incorrect.
2. I have done it yet.
a) Correct. b) Incorrect.
3. I have done it last week.
a) Correct. b) Incorrect.
4. I haven’t ever done it.
a) Correct. b) Incorrect.
5. I haven’t done it yet.
a) Correct. b) Incorrect.
6. I have met her several times.
a) Correct. b) Incorrect.
7. I haven’t seen her recently.
a) Correct. b) Incorrect.
8.I have never been there.
a) Correct. b) Incorrect.
9. I have ever tried it.
a) Correct. b) Incorrect.
10. I have yet to do it.
a) Correct. b) Incorrect.

Background: a noun is the name for a person, a place, a thing, an activity or a feeling. To talk about that attributes of nouns you use adjectives. Adjectivesusually go before the noun.
When you want to compare two nouns of the same nature, you use the comparative degree of adjectives.
When you want to compare one noun in contrast with a lot others you use the superlative degree.

Noun = Adjective noun.
Person= an intelligent man.
Place= a spacious apartment.
Thing= a comfortable chair.
Activity= a tight tennis match.
Feeling= recalcitranthatred.


1. It’s better ____ I thought.
R= than
2. Brazil is_____ England.
R= bigger than
3. She is _____ in the class.
R= the best
4. I’m not as successful____ she is.
5. It was _______ expensive restaurant I’ve ever been to.
R= the most
6. I’d like some _______ information.
R= further
7. It’s _____ art collection in Europe.
R=The finest.8. Which is ____ of the two?
R=more difficult
9. There were ____ people at the game than expected.
R= more
10. It was_____ test I have ever done.
R=the hardest.

TOPIC 3: Use of infinitive.

You have studied that there are four forms of the verbs: present, past, present participle and past participle. When you name a verb, you can also use the infinitive. The infinitive isalways preceded by the particle "to".
Structure: it + verb to be + adjective + infinitive + rest of the sentence.

Use of Gerunds
Study the following facts:
* A gerund has the same form as the present participle form of the verb, that is, -ing ending
* A gerund can be the subject or the object of a sentence, as well as the object of a preposition.
* A gerund can be the subjectof the sentence. You refer to it as an activity, not an action.
1. I am interested ______ your class.
R= in taking.
2. The enjoy _____ movies.
R= watching.
3. She refuses ________ to her mother.
R= to listen.
4. We agreed_____ together.
R= to work.
5. I need_____ .
R= to study.
6. I’m curious ________ to Africa.
R=about traveling.7. They want ______ good grades.
R=to get.
8. Michael Jordan is good ______basketball.
R=at playing.
9. I regret not _____my parents.
10. I would like ________ a movie.
R=to see.
Topic 4: Modal verbs.

A modal verb is a verb that gives certain "intention" to another verb. This "intention" could show possibility, obligation, or permission among others....
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