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learning > grammaire anglaise - niveau avancé


temps, formes verbales


present perfect


present perfect simple >

actif ou passif


sens et valeurs énonciatives :



information inédite,

breaking news


present perfect actif affirmatif


haveauxiliaire + verbeau participe passé


Afghanistan's President Has Left the Country






Un clic sur

Taliban Forces Enter Kabul

- titre au présent simple -

affiche une nouvelle page,

avec un titre


present perfect actif affirmatif :


The Taliban Has Entered Kabul





















Tony Benn has died











Biden has pardoned 2 turkeys.

Here's the strange truth behind the tradition


Updated November 21, 2022    NPR



































present perfect passif affirmatif


haveauxiliaire + beenauxiliaire + verbeau participe passé


Kennedy has been shot



sens et valeurs énonciatives :



information inédite,

breaking news



Nine people have been killed in a shooting

near LA after a Lunar New Year festival


January 22, 2023    NPR




au present perfect passif affirmatif

have been killed

valeurs / sens :

breaking news




au passé actif / passif affirmatif

valeurs / sens :

historisation, narration, mise au passé,


avec marqueurs de temps passé




Nine people were killedpassé passif affirmatif

in a mass shooting late Saturday

in a city east of Los Angeles

following a Lunar New Year celebration

that attracted thousands,

police said.


Sgt. Bob Boese

of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

said early Sunday

that the shooting occurred

at a business on Garvey Av

 in Monterey Park.


The shooter

ispresent simple actif affirmatif, discours indirect / rapporté

a male,

Boese said.


Earlier in the day,

thousands of people attended the annual festival.


















A former US marine has been given a bionic arm

in a pinoeering operation


















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