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SPOKEN ENGLISH DAY-28 (22-4-2016)
1. రాజు సార్,ఈ summer లో ఇంతమంది పిల్లలు mid day meals తినడానికి వస్తారనుకోలేదు, ఈ రోజు చాలామంది పిల్లలు వచ్చారు.
Mr.Raju, I didn't expect these many children to turn up to have mid day meals in this summer. There was a huge turnout today
2. అవునా సార్, మా school లో నిన్నటికంటే ఈవాళ కొంచెం ఎక్కువమంది పిల్లలు వచ్చారు.
Oh really Sir! The attendance in my school was slightly better today than yesterday.
3. నిన్న మీ HM గారి retirement function ఎలా జరిగింది?
How did the retirement function of your HM go, yesterday?
4. బ్రహ్మాండంగా జరిగింది సార్,చాలామంది వచ్చారు.
It went on very well. There was a huge gathering.
5. ఈ రోజుతో మా spot valuation అయిపోతుంది. ఈ సారి Results పెరగవచ్చుఅని అందరూ అనుకుంటున్నారు
The Spot valuation camp is coming to an end today. Everyone is expecting that the pass percentage would increase this time.
1.3 PRESENT PERFECT TENSE
This tense is used to indicate
1. Action completed in the past and has connection to help present.
2. Recently completed actions.
3. Just now completed actions.
4. Action that has not happened till now.
1. I have completed B.tech
2. The Govt. Of Telangana has decided to provide mid day meals to the school students during summer vaction in the drought prone districts recently.
3. I have completed my class just now.
1. We use 'have /has' as helping verb.
2. Third form of verb (V3) is used.
1. In this tense, we don't use specific time in the past like Yesterday, the day before yesterday, last year , in 1995 etc.
2. We use unspecified time in the past like Recently, just now, never, ever, before, till now, still, lately, yet......
Sentence Structure :
Subject +has/have + V3+ Object.
Subject+ hasn't /haven't +V3+Object.
We | have/haven't
She | has / hasn't
1. I have joined a course recently.
2. He has realised his mistake lately.
3. Legislators have adopted a village recently.
4. I haven't received any invitation yet.
5. She hasn't worked here before.
6. The train hasn't reached the platform yet.
Has/Have +Subject + V3+ Object?
Has he played cricket?
Have you had your breakfast?
Have they completed their project?
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