30 DAYS OF ENGLISH - DAY 18 | DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRESENT PERFECT AND PAST SIMPLE : ENGLISH GRAMMAR ❤ Subscribe to Tipsy Yak - http://bit.ly/1P3ihbf ❤ ► 30 Days of English Trailer (March 1-30) - http://bit.ly/1WIWtBL 🔃 Free English Course - http://bit.ly/1StnZ7g 🍸 Drink of the Day - French 75 HANG OUT WITH ME: 🌏 Website - http://tipsyyak.com 🎧 Podcasts - http://tipsyyak.com/podcasts ✒ Blog - http://tipsyyak.com/blog 🔍 English Lessons With Kristen - http://tipsyyak.com/learn ✳ 30 Days of English Hub - http://tipsyyak.com/30-days 🐦 Twitter - http://bit.ly/1X6UPZN 📷 Instagram - http://bit.ly/1S3BtUc 👦 Facebook - http://on.fb.me/1lutuFh ➕ Google+ - http://bit.ly/1X7l6ap 🇷🇺 VK - http://bit.ly/22K8Z8M 🍎 iTunes - http://apple.co/1MjO7ee ☁ SoundCloud - http://bit.ly/1nKIAHp Welcome to 30 Days of English! Let me first say that I am so excited to have you here. I have worked my butt off to come up with the 30 most common 'things that make you crazy' about English and have found a way to explain each of them in the Tipsy Yak way... with a drink, a laugh and of course, without boring or complicated crap. On Day 18, we are talking past tense in English. There are two great ways to talk about things in the past...and to do that we use Present Perfect and Past Simple English grammar tenses. Let's go into all the English grammar tips to help you :) Enjoy! _ Hey Friends! I'm Kristen, welcome to Tipsy Yak! Tipsy Yak is all about being real and different. My goal is to bring you constant education in a practical and entertaining way. Just click "CC" if you need to read along as I speak. And click the "Gear" button below to slow the speed down. So please grab a drink with me, relax and let's chat!
Sandrine C: Thank you ! I have finally understood the difference 👍
Ammar Snowking: hello ma'am, which is correct,"I said get out" or "I've said get"
& if someone asks where he is?as an answer which one would be correct "he has gone out" or " he just went out"..plz help me it's really confusing...
Tatiana Moraes: Brazilian here !!
I love your channel, because your videos help so much. Thanks!
James Hetfield: THANK YOU SOOO MUCH I've finally got it thanks you omg
Di SaVal: And from nothing I typed on the search bar for a different english course and I came across with such a lovely, nice and energetic (and funny!) teacher! How awesome!
Of course I'm already watching every each one of those videos! Thank you Kristen
Adam Biryło: you are a great teatcher..
Tariq Khan: mam you are so sexy i stay 180 days to learn instead of 18 days
Nordine Hssikou: I want to speak english vert well . what i do
Omega Chefe: I live in Canada but I'm from Brazil and I trying improve my english, your content help me a lot. Your channel is awesome. You merited more subscribers. Thank you so much. Hugs.
mercurywave: Can I say 'I have been to the US several times' or it should be 'I went to the US several times' ?
Hmarch Amarch: We wont 30 years of English with you...
Chris Italy: Thank you so much for all these useful videos ! If I say " I've gone to USA" instead of "I've been to USA" does it mean that I'm still in USA?
yannick desruelles: Thank you very much, it's very useful and easy to learn with you!
Kristian Spasov: Thank you. You are very good teacher.
Zhenya Kipina: Great video! Thanks a lot! But I have a question.
Sometimes I heard phrases like this "How long have you lived in Russia?" "I've lived in Russia for 6 years" or "I've lived in Russia since 2010".
Sо, is it correct?
Merry Mouse: Oh, it's actually very helpful! I always make this mistake, and it really bothers me. I know the rule, but when I start to talk, I usually forget about all grammar rules. And feel very silly)
Donnie D.: Did you share it yet?
Have you shared it yet?
Which one is correct? Thank you!
Hamada Qabbani: thank you so much it was so helpful i swear this is the first time i under stand the simple past and the present perfect you are really a good teacher besides that you are so beautiful 😘😍💋👍👏👏👏
fabianologfatec: My goodness, you made a long story short. I was struggling to understand when to use each one and you just... hocus-pocus... it's done! Tks
Jesus Lugo: eighteen!
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