BAHASA SIMPLEINGGRIS PAST TENSE DAN PRESENT PERFECT TENSE
SIMPLE PAST TENSE We use the simple past tense to talk about actions, situations and events at a specific time or in a specific period in the past � I You We They He She It waited didn’t/ did not wait
Did Yes, No, I You We They He She It wait? didn’t/ did not
PRACTICE � I. . . . (play football) football � I. . . . (play the piano) � I. . . . (like school) � I. . (play kite) � I. . (live in a flat) � I. . (have a cat) I didn’t play
SIMPLE PAST TENSE: TO BE I He She It You We They wasn’t/ was not there weren’t/ were not Was Were I? He? She? It? You? We? They?
�I was a singer (when I was young) � You were fat (last year) � She was here (ten minutes ago) PRACTICE
� PRESENT PERFECT TENSE � We use the present perfect tense to talk about actions, situations and events that finished in the past, but still have relation with the present and usually have a result � Example: �I have already studied English � He has just finished my work and I want to go to theatre
PRACTICE � Translate 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. into Bahasa! I have never seen him before I have not met you since last Saturday Musthofa has already finished his homework I have just received a letter from my brother Up to now, I have written 5 books
READING COMPREHENSION An Exciting Trip I have received a letter from my brother, Tim. He is in Australia. He has been there for six months. Tim is an engineer. He is working for a big firm and he has already visited a great number of different places in Australia. He has just bought an Australian car and has gone to Alice Springs, a small town in the centre of Australia. � He will soon visit Darwin. � From there, he will fly to Perth. � My brother has never been abroad before, so he is finding this trip very exciting. �
� Who is Tim? � How long has Tim been in Australia? � What is Alice Springs? � After visit Darwin, where will Tim fly? � Has Tim already been abroad before?