English IV Class 13/04/2021 - Coggle Diagram
English IV Class 13/04/2021
It gives the sentence the meaning that the action has been completed very recently.
It is placed after the auxiliary verb and before the verb in participle or before the verb.
Refers to something that happened earlier or sooner than expected, an action already finished.
We can use it when we are asked a question with the present perfect, it expresses that we have already completed an action.
This adverb is usually placed between the auxiliary verb Have and the verb in participle.
Is happening or was happening at a given moment.
It is used to express that something is happening or was happening at a given moment, we have to use it in sentences and in positive questions
It is placed before the main verb. In the case of the auxiliary with TO BE, it goes between the auxiliary and the main verb.
A dont finished action but that will be finished.
We will use it in negative sentences and questions, It is useful to say that you haven`t finished something, but you will end up doing it.
yet will go to the end of the sentence.