Present Perfect and Past perfect continuous - Coggle Diagram
Present Perfect and Past perfect continuous
Something that started in the past and continued up to another action or time in the past.
To talk about unreal or imaginary things in the past.
A finished action before a second point in the past.
When we arrived, the film had started
On the 20th of July, I'd worked here for three months.
I wish I hadn't gone to bed so late!
Subject + had+past participle
has/have + past participle
Questions are indicated by inverting the subject and has/have.
Negatives are made with not.
to say that an action happened at an unspecified time before now
We CAN use the present perfect with unspecific expressions
ever, never, once, many times, several times, before, etc.
I have seen that movie twenty times.
I have been to France.
Man has walked on the Moon.