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Savwhich of these things vou rvould or rvouldn't like. I wotLldlihe a pieceof chocolate cake. I it,otLldn'tlihe tnorehometuork. ldyu like to ride an elelthant? ) Wouldwuliketoseea ghost? ) PARr\ER \lbuld youliheto . . Choosefi','ethings from the list. ride an elephant see a ghost fly to the moon meet a Pop star appear on television write a book travel round the world learnjudo or karate have an English pen-friend learn Chinese keep a pet monkev exploreajungle becomea teacher go to DisnevWorld work in a circus become an astronaut take nnromonths off school I 2 3 + 5 6 7 8 9 10 1l 12 a pet spider a motorcvcle a comouter a colcl a leatherjacket a ticket to Greenland an onion sandwich a dancing lesson a credit card a cup of tea a short haircut anap Chapter13 L4 Who took the bottorn one?
Have or has + past participle - The pastparticiplefor regularverbsis rhe sameas the pastsimple. Baseform Pastsimple wash washed finish finished Presetzt lterfect have oRhaswashed har,eoRhasfinished do be L did &'ns have oRhasdone haveoRhasbeen We usethe presentperfect simplefor a completedactionwhich hasan effect or result in the present. Chapter 12 L- L_ Use Short ansTuers No, I haven't. Yes, he has. I L_ The pastparticiplefor irregular verbsis often differenr. Look at the back of the book for a list of some irregular verbsand their pastparticiples.
RcK Yes,I'vejust finished the washing up. Presentperfect simple;j*t, already,yet TRIG And I'vejtrst finished the chocolate pudding. = = Grammar lesson L- Presentperfect simple Form. have or has + past participle - The pastparticiplefor regularverbsis rhe sameas the pastsimple. Baseform Pastsimple wash washed finish finished Presetzt lterfect have oRhaswashed har,eoRhasfinished do be L did &'ns have oRhasdone haveoRhasbeen We usethe presentperfect simplefor a completedactionwhich hasan effect or result in the present.