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Appeared been on TV. For a complete presentation of present perfect forms, see Unit 11, pages 46-47. " , have I , before the past participle - 54 I ,~o\l The cast of 'Family' is talking about things of importance to them CHART CHECK 1 <0 POINT I appeared red h en - on TV. on TV Present Perfect: Indefinite Past _ 55 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 3 arc/e T (True) or F (False). T F Ever must be used in yes/no PAST (EVER) PARTICIPLE HAVE Have they (ever) questions. Has she AFFIRMAIIVE ?

He was a poet. • He wrote poetry. to talk about things that I • & • • • • • Pa. ................ He was a poet. ~ ~ ~ 2. You can use the ~ t-uture with that refer to the past (last week, by 7980, in the twentieth century, fifty years ago). 3. The . cl ular ver is formed by adding · or • By 1930, he was famous. • He died over ten years ago. BASE FORM PAST SIMPLE live lived • • JOin play There are often spelling changes when you add . _ to the verb. study hop Many common verbs are Their past tense is not formed by adding -d or oed.

Y=--e_t_ _ _ _ ? 1. :. =a:. :en:. :. '. :. t_ _ _ • Talk to your doctor about ways to 2. prevent this disease. Q: My doctor told me I won't need another smallpox jab. I was surprised. - - -- - - - - smallpox completely _ _ ~_ _ _ _ _ ? A: - _____ _ _ , it _ _ _ _:--_ _ _ . 3. (dlsappeclr) 4. Q: They ----::---,-,---,-_ _ _ vaccines against flu. What about the common cold? 5 (d,·" lop! A: No. ---;-,::-;- - to develop a vaccine _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . 6. (not be able) Q: There has been so much cancer research.

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