English Grammar -- Present Perfect -- Structure 2 --

 


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Very useful unit for grammar. It covers present tenses, such as present continuous, present simple and present perfect. All of them are used to describe situations which happen in present time or happened in the past but related to the moment of now. Its important to use correct tense in the right time.Doesn't this call the whole distinction between phrasal verbs and verbs that are just followed by a prepositional phrase into question? 'Live in' and 'drive along' aren't phrasal verbs here, but they 'passive' into transitive verbs. Does every verb/preposition become a phrasal verb in the passive voice?