During the first day of my trip in Great Britain I have visited the beach at Hastngs and the Battle Abbey built by William the Conqueror. On the second day of my tour I have visited the exact spot where Elizabeth gave her famous speech to her troops. During the third day I have visited the Tower of London was built by William the Conqueror in 1078. Next day, I have visited in the morning Stonehenge, built by the native Celtic Britons and in the afternoon I have visited Bath, the waters of the goddess Sulis. On fifth day, I have visited Elizabeth Stratford-On-Avon, birthplace of the most famous english writer, William Shakespeare and in the evening I have seen the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. On sixth day I have visited the majestic ruins of Fountains Abbey, the best example of the destruction caused by Henry VIII's. On my final day of my tour in Great Britain, I have visited the most famous symbol of the Roman occupation of Britain, Hadrian's Wall, in 55 BC, during the Julius Caesar age.
Present perfect: Soggetto + ausiliare have/has + past participle (si aggiunge il suffisso -ed quando i verbi sono regolari).
- John has arrived.
- I have visited the beach.
Con i verbi irregolari, invece, bisogna prendere la terza voce del paradigma:
- I have drunk.
- He has been.