American Indian, American Indian, an American Indian is a member of any of the first groups of people living in North America or South America.
The members of these nations are also called Native Americans, or by the name of their tribal nation, as in a member of the Navajo tribe.
An animal is a living thing that is not a human being or plant U.
S Botanic Garden, U S Botanic Garden.
S Botanic Garden is a large public garden in Washington, D.
Where plants are grown in order to be studied.
Elefant Elefant, an elephant, is a very large gray animal that has a long, flexible nose and too long tusks.
Lyon Lyon A lion is a large wild cat that has golden brown for and that lives mainly in Africa.
Majestic, majestic, majestic means large and impressively beautiful.
Own own to own means to have something as property or to legally possess something.
Plant plant A plant is a living thing that grows in the ground, usually has leaves or flowers and needs sun and water to survive.
Science, Science Science is knowledge about or study of the natural world, based on facts learned through experiments and observation.
Sculpture SCULPTURE A sculpture is a piece of art that is made by carving or moulding, clay, stone, wood or metal.
A suggestion is an idea about what someone should do or how someone should behave.
Seabra ZEBRA A zebra is an African animal that looks like a horse and has black and white stripes covering its body.
ZOO ZOO A zoo is a place where many kinds of animals are kept so that people can see them.
Do done meet met, fly, flown, see seen be then, no known right written in this lesson.
You here on A and gene using the present perfect verb tense.
Listen to honor talking about living in Washington, D.
I have lived in Washington D.
For a long time now.
The present perfect tense uses two verbs, a main verb and an auxiliary verb.
The auxiliary verb is have or has, and the main verb is in something we call the past participle form.
For regular verbs, that means you add D or E.
D to the base form off the verb.
When do we use the present perfect one to talk about an action in the past that is important in the present.
I've just flown in from Boston.
The present perfect may confuse you because we use it to talk about a past action.
It is called present perfect, because speakers use it to stress the importance of a past event in the present.
The sentence I've just flown in from Boston Stress is the present effect of a past event.
Travel from Boston.
The exact time of the travel is not important to to talk about repeated actions.
The present Perfect can also tell about a repeated action when an action happened.
More than one time in the past used the present perfect.
For example, I've visited that museum many times, three with the Propositions four or since it is also common to use the present perfect with the words for and since, well, I have lived here for over a year, for with the adverbs ever and never questions with ever use the present perfect.
Have you ever seen sculptures in a garden?
We often use the present perfect with the negative adverb.
Ana and Jean both use it with Never.
I've never been to DC's zoo.
I've never been to any Jews.
You have never seen zoo animals.
Unlike regular verbs, irregular verbs take many different endings in their past participle form.
Or sometimes they don't change at all.
The irregular past participle verbs in this lesson are done.
Met, flown, seen Ben known and written, for example.
You hear on us say, Have we met before?
Now you try it.
Answer this question with the present perfect verb.