HomeОбразованиеRelated VideosMore From: Learn English with EnglishClass101.com

Present Perfect Tense - Learn English Grammar

5366 ratings | 217301 views
Easily learn how to use the present perfect tense! Just click here https://goo.gl/kZTpSH to learn more grammar and vocabulary for FREE with the best online resources ↓ Check How Below ↓ Step 1: Go to https://goo.gl/kZTpSH Step 2: Sign up for a Free Lifetime Account - No money, No credit card required Step 3: Learn with the best online resources and quickly become conversational. In this English grammar lesson you will learn how to use the present perfect tense in English. You will know how to use it to express a life experience that happened at an unspecific or unimportant. You will be able to use it as well to express an action that started in the past and continues to the present, or the effect of that action. Our English host gives you easy to understand explanations. This is THE FASTEST way to easily take your English ability to the next level! ■ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EnglishClass101 ■ Twitter: https://twitter.com/EnglishClass101 Click here to get started with English: https://goo.gl/kZTpSH Also, please LIKE, SHARE and COMMENT on our videos! We really appreciate it. Thanks!
Html code for embedding videos on your blog
Text Comments (288)
Don’t forget to…  - LIKE the video  - SUBSCRIBE to our channel  - Get your FREE account here https://goo.gl/cyD9aH
dr Abdirahman Abdifatah (3 months ago)
thank you so much alisha
Phieu Tran (11 months ago)
Learn English with write about big box story
Dear Alisa , is there any video includes all tenses?
Ethan Haque (8 days ago)
Thanks a ton Alisha
ALFONSO MOSER (10 days ago)
If I am still studying English right now shouldn’t I say I have been studying English for 3 years (for example)? Instead you said I have studied English .. without using the ing form. The sane example could be .. I have been living in Italy if I am still living in Italy.. Thanks! You are fantastic!
Phụng Nguyễn (13 days ago)
Could you please explain totally all of tenses! How to use correct tense?
thiyan aru (15 days ago)
Please do videos on other tenses such as present continuous etc
sinoxigeno laferte (18 days ago)
If somebody teach but the example isn't correct ,somebody can't teach well ,as well explanation alisha thanks
Saiqa Hashimm (21 days ago)
its a very nice lesson i have learned many things.
Awais Gulzar (23 days ago)
What’s the difference between i have sat vs i am sitting
اسلام أحمد (25 days ago)
Hello, could you tell me please, what is the difference between the first and second sentences? You used: in Germany to Italy🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔
경건하게게 (26 days ago)
Thank you very much! I have never seen educational video like this.. this video is so helpful!!:)
Maksym Kryvovyazyi (27 days ago)
And if I say "I lived in Germany" wot is the different with "I have lived in Germany"???
Ronald Rojas (1 month ago)
"You've never ridden a motorcycle?" or "Have you never ridden a motorcycle?"
alcides carpio (1 month ago)
Love you! ❤
Anderson Nunes (1 month ago)
Hi. I'm Brazilian and I really liked your video. Now I learned present perfect. Thank you very much. See you.
R. M. (1 month ago)
Can I use “I’ve not” instead of “I’ve never” in negative statements? For example I’ve not watched that movie. Instead of I have never watched that movie?
:v v: (1 month ago)
someone needy? :'v
zcorpio Iloul (1 month ago)
I have never eaten frog kegs😂
zcorpio Iloul (1 month ago)
thx for the explanation its very worth to watch
zcorpio Iloul (1 month ago)
Waaaaaay
Taras Kryvko (1 month ago)
What's the difference between: "I've lived in Parise since 2014" and "I've been lived in Paris since 2014" ?
victor beltran (1 month ago)
Thanks Alisha, amazing lesson, great teacher
? Are the rules same in British English as well
emanuel arteaga (1 month ago)
no entendi ni merga no se inglish :v
Carlos Gomez (2 months ago)
your explanations are excellent but I didn't see almost anything
Rohan Soni (2 months ago)
Thank u thank u thank u thank u thank u thank u I cant express in words how much this video is useful to me Again thank u Keep it up
Ali Hadir (2 months ago)
Good bless you.
Rona Roben (2 months ago)
I have fallen in love very badly.
Jimmy (2 months ago)
I love her sound of 'Never'
Tom Guttemberg (2 months ago)
So far the best explanation about Present Perfect I've ever seen on youtube.
Brown Sugar (2 months ago)
Great thnks
Noor Noor (2 months ago)
life experence 🤔!!!??? but here we should use present simple ?!
S K (2 months ago)
How about has/have not?
Abdul Rahman (2 months ago)
I’ve watched your videos for two years.
آشپزی افغانی (2 months ago)
thank you so much. your speaking is very pleasant😊😊❤❤
Andrew Andrew (3 months ago)
Nice mam
Athul Athul (3 months ago)
thanks
Alexander Giani (3 months ago)
Nice ! thank you so much 😊
Peggy Juan (3 months ago)
This is great! Can you make a video about past perfect tense, Please!?
Nitros64 (3 months ago)
Have you is equal to you've?, when we are asking questions..
Edson Ibarra (2 months ago)
No, it isn't
HUỲNH MARS (4 months ago)
Thank you for a great lesson!
Rbaldi Baldi (4 months ago)
..perfect ! Best teacher in the world .
Very good, Alisha
Vương Hà Thái (4 months ago)
Love you so much...! :))
Teacher you are so gorgeous, i couldn't stop seeing how you moved your hair, love you teacher thanks for the class. I'm a English beginner sorry if i made a mistake writing :D
abdou belghozlane (4 months ago)
Thank you
Chaider Lima (4 months ago)
The whiteboard is unclear to read what you had written . :( I didn't get read nothing :(
Anderson Sousa (22 days ago)
You need glasses
SSZZ SSZZ (4 months ago)
you have not tell about the use of have had,has had and had had?
fifi fifi (5 months ago)
thankx a lot alisha
Omer Amiri (5 months ago)
can i make example like this: I have never gone to Italy.
Furkan Ekiz (5 months ago)
Hi alisha.. I Have a question. What are the differences? ''I am studying english for 2 years and I have studied english for two years.''
sherif sherif (5 months ago)
very thank you
Habib Rahman (6 months ago)
the video was very good and I would like to see more videos on all tenses from same coach
liger angry (6 months ago)
what the word tense means? how is used it... when you used it?....anybody know?
Lucas Rafael (6 months ago)
Então since seria tipo desde?
Matheus Ferreira (6 months ago)
I have never seen a so good class as this
Haythem jelassi (6 months ago)
what is the difference between present perfect and present perfect continuous ?
Amit anuragi (6 months ago)
I have never learned like that thanks for this lecture I have studied English for 2 month
T T (6 months ago)
So what's about Present Perfect Continious tense teacher? I feel embarass with the PP continious and PP. Could you help me please? Thank you for teaching me freely in the youtube, love you❤️
محمد الجوير (7 months ago)
Where is the lesson of past perfect, can somebody help me?
Nahla Magdy (7 months ago)
i guess i have never understood the p.p tense except when i viewed ur video . thanks alot
Sid Smily (8 months ago)
Why is been used.
takaaki N (8 months ago)
I have a question What the difference between I have lived in Germany And I lived in Germany
Debora (2 months ago)
takaaki N I suposse the difference is: Have lived no one knows about when lived and can continue living there nowdays. And lived means live in past and don't live more.
Fabio Jacob (8 months ago)
Thank you so much for your teaching! I've stuied this topic since 2015 and I still have some doubts about it. You're an excellent teacher. I'm Brazilian.
Bahereldin . Omer (8 months ago)
I really enjoyed in this lesson, thank you so much for helping us.
Ahmed Elsayed (8 months ago)
It's wonderful,I really like this lesson. Thanks alot.
Khaled Helal (8 months ago)
Can you raise your voice, Please?
sridhar reddy (8 months ago)
Alisha ma'am you are the PRESENT PERFECT TEACHER.
Abdou Bedo (8 months ago)
Can we use (not) instead of (never) in negative state ?
raghu odi (9 months ago)
Hey thanks for teaching but your board is not bright so
Zain Khan (9 months ago)
pls can we get all tences in one video pls...
Sarig Ubonsri (9 months ago)
Thanks you and you are so cute.
De Fe (9 months ago)
Hello Alisha, Can you tell me what "Nuance" means ? thanks you :D
balaraju jampangi (1 month ago)
Subtle difference
Pramod sanghavi (9 months ago)
SO nice ... thanx ma'am for video
josé luis v (9 months ago)
Thank you, I've learned the present perfect tense with your videos
I could'n thank you enough my best teacher I extremely admiring you
thanks for your given time
nice lesson
Thank you so much for your excellent conversational English videos . From Paris.
Faruk Khan (9 months ago)
It is very helpful video..... Thank you mam
edson motta cavalcanti (9 months ago)
thank you laid ....
Dragonblack WhiteBlue (9 months ago)
"You've never ridden a motorcycle?" or "Have you never ridden a motorcycle?"
NU English Literature BD (10 months ago)
wow..ur reading stlyle is soooo easy..I have got a lot of ideas for my channel..thank u for make it easy
W Pum (10 months ago)
If I was doing redaction about my jobs experience. Must I use present perfect in all the verbs?
U. Suwanthep (10 months ago)
You're great!
Андрей Нонейм (10 months ago)
I don't understand why using " I have studied English for 2 years" instead " I have been studying English for 2 years" "for, since" mean "duration". Therefore we have to use Present Perfect Continuous. I'm confused
Maria Owie (10 months ago)
Hi Alishia, were or how to use " these "and " this" thanks for your teaching interesting
aydah .A (10 months ago)
Thank you, you are do a great job,you  help people you do not know them for freeI can not express my thanks and gratitude for you
walid fares (10 months ago)
Great video thank you ❤
CartolaBrazil (10 months ago)
VÁI TOMAR NO CU
Viktorianus Igo (10 months ago)
I am from indonesia
Lie Fa (5 months ago)
Gua juga
Luthfi Rahman (10 months ago)
I HAVE BEEN WORKING  (WORK) since 9 o'clock, but I HAVE NOT FINISHED  (NOT FINISH) yet. Why not "i have worked ince 9 o'clock"??
Pluss Unu (11 days ago)
Hi Luthfi.. I saw your post and I saw myself a couple of months ago. I also had the same question.. not clearly understanding the difference between these two tenses. I'll tell you what a native speaker explained to me and was a big help to set apart these two. Is like this. And in both cases, I haven't finished yet. Present Perfect - I have worked since 9 o'clock - You emphasize the action and the result(for example I have worked and I'm almost done) Present Perfect Continuous - I have been working since 9 o'clock - You emphasize the duration(If it's 1PM - you have been working for the last 4 hours). Long story short - regardless of the tense you use you gonna make yourself understood with slight differences. Hope this help
Maria Owie (10 months ago)
Thanks Alishia for this teaching
JAYESH CHAVDA (10 months ago)
Very good mam
osman aziz (10 months ago)
thank you Alishia *****
Tumusiime Anthony (10 months ago)
Hy Alisha ,what is the difference between present perfect tense and present perfect continous tense
Zain Khan (10 months ago)
How can i get all tenses at once plsss?
Ada NewsPro (11 months ago)
I cannot see
Khairi Yousef (11 months ago)
I like your way so much thank u
Mohammed Bousba tounzi (11 months ago)
Hi Dear ALICHA ....I like the English course and I am very happy to learn and English with you. a greeting
Guaje arroyo (11 months ago)
Why did you say to instead of in In the sentence: I have never been to Italy? Is it a matter of collocation?

Would you like to comment?

Join YouTube for a free account, or sign in if you are already a member.