Dialogue Challenge: Using Present Perfect

Good morning, everyone! :))

Well, well, the month of August will end soon, but we haven't joined any challenge, yet. Keep boosting your English skill! :))

What about grammar challenge? It's not difficult I guess. Everyone knows present perfect, doesn't it? But, learners are probably confused when to use it. We can use it when we talk about experience, change, or continuing situation. EnglishClub has explanation for that. You can also learn how to use 'for' and 'since' in present perfect. Please check this out! :)

In questions, present perfect is widely used. However there are some common questions that we can learn. This video would be useful for you.

In present perfect, we often use 'just', 'yet', and 'already'. Teacher Vicki has explained it in this video. :)

There are more if you want, but mmm..........you're probably too lazy to check those out OR you want simple example sentences. Okay! I've made this one for you, though not complete. :)) :D

Your task in this challenge is to make dialogue using present perfect. Make a blog with the same title with this blog. It's easy, right? There is no time limit in participating, and do not worry for the beginner, no body will laugh at anybody's mistakes. We teachers and students are learning together. :)

Here is MY ENTRY. :)

Thank you so much for spending your time reading this challenge and visiting MyEC. Great days are waiting for you. I'm looking forward to your participation. :)

Note: If anyone still finds mistakes in this blog OR has questions, please let me know. I would also try to correct your blog according to my level IF YOU WISH SO. Thank you once again. :)

~~~ Enjoy your beautiful day! ^_^ ~~~

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Comment by Roman on September 10, 2018 at 0:50

Thank you, Onee!

Yes, I will try to remember it :)


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Comment by Onee-chan on September 10, 2018 at 0:06

Hi Roman!

Thank you so much for participating. :)

After I got the answer from two fluent teachers, here is the conclusion.

Yet is an adverb which means 'until now or so far', it comes at the end of the sentence. It can also be used as a coordinating conjunction. Since is a subordinating conjunction. In American English, they are usually used together.

I hope this explains. :)

Comment by Roman on September 6, 2018 at 22:23

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Comment by Onee-chan on September 1, 2018 at 0:23

Evangelina,

C'mon..! :D I believe you can, dear. :)))

So many thanks for your motivational words. I will, inshaAllah. THANK YOU. ^_^

Comment by Roman on September 1, 2018 at 0:19

Okay, thank you, Onee! :)


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Comment by Onee-chan on September 1, 2018 at 0:19

Woww!! Fizzy

THANK YOU! ^_^ 

Happy to see you blog on MyEC. I always enjoy your posts. 


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Comment by Onee-chan on September 1, 2018 at 0:17

Hi Roman!

I get an answer from a fluent teacher it's fine. But, I will still question this until I get an good reason.

Welcome. :)

Comment by Evangelina on August 31, 2018 at 18:19

Uuufff, Onee,

This is too difficult :)

 I really like your motivational way, please keep it up all your good works here.

Comment by Fizzy on August 30, 2018 at 14:03

your challenge has been accepted ^^ 

Comment by Roman on August 30, 2018 at 13:25

Thank you, Onee! :)

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