Present Perfect listening

Present Perfect listening

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Today we have some listening practice on the Present Perfect. As a speaker of British English, I use this form slightly differently from some speakers of American English.

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Thank you to the hundreds upon hundreds of you who sent me condolences on the death of my father. I am deeply touched.

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  • Very helpful

  • Terribly sorry to hear about your father.My condolance to all your family.

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