Ø Present Perfect Tense ( verbal)
1 I have come because I have a question." The teacher invited him in.
2 Sir, when will death come to me?" asked the student, confused
3 People come to you when they have problems, and you always know the answers
4 I have no idea about what will happen after death. But there is one thing I'm sure about
5 Death will certainly come regardless of time, age, gender, possession, etc. Everybody has to die one day
6 When it does come, we will never regret to have been born as human beings because we have given the best of us to our lives
7 People will possibly remember us because of the good deeds we have done all our lives.
8 Who knows maybe we will not see the morning light tomorrow because death has already come
9 Do not worry about tomorrow because it may never come
10 I have no idea
Ø Present Perfect Tense ( non verbal)
1. but have never been proven to make a difference
2. it hasn’t been proven to affect arthritis at all
3. Drinking green tea has been shown to reduce the effects of rheumatoid arthritis in mice, but there are no conclusive results on human studies yet
4. Not let’s take a look at some arthritis diets that have been shown to work
5. Eating fats found in red meat and poultry have actually been shown to increase inflammation
6. It has been shown to relieve osteoarthritis, stimulate cartilage repair, and lessen a patient’s need to NSAIDs to control pain
7. Ginger has been shown to ease pain and inflammation as well as protect the stomach from gastrointestinal effects from taking NSAIDs
8. . A heart healthy diet is especially important to patients with rheumatoid arthritis as studies have shown a link between this disease
9. If you are on medication, ask your doctor if he/she recommends taking vitamins
10. , be sure to talk with your physician as different types of arthritis have different needs.