Perfecting the Perfect Tenses
I was preparing my lesson plan on Perfect Tenses and, being the forgetful dork that I am, forgot my previous year’s LP in school (for reference). Since I have no intention of hauling my lovely ass back to school before Christmas break is over, I decided to browse around the internet for some ideas and clarifications (hell, after all my students’ questions last year, it’s best to be prepared).
Lo and behold the best site explaining the Perfect Tenses (to adults, at least):
This one’s helpful also: Present Perfect
Now I have to work on motivation and drills. (not to mention translating the explanations into kid-friendly language. ^_^)