PICTURE 1: Simple Past and Present Perfect were friends when they were little. They played, laughed and had a lot of fun together.
PICTURE 2: Eventually, Simple Past became a cowboy.
PICTURE 3: Present Perfect became a surfer.
PICTURE 4: Simple Past is very likable, straightforward, easy to understand.
PICTURE 5: Present Perfect is not easy to understand.
PICTURE 6: Sometimes some people prefer to think he doesn’t exist.
PICTURE 7: Some frown at and look down on him.
PICTURE 8: And many people have misconceptions about him…
PICTURE 9: …which makes him upset.
PICTURE 10: Simple Past is super attached to the past.
PICTURE 11: Every time he tells you about something he did, he will tell you “when”.
PICTURE 12: And if you tell him that you traveled on your vacation, he will ask you when. And he will always use DID in questions.
PICTURE 13: Present Perfect has an eye in the present.
PICTURE 14: Simple Past is obsessed about time…
PICTURE 15:…whereas Present Perfect doesn’t even have a watch. He doesn’t care when something happened. Sometimes it’s because he doesn’t remember.
PICTURE 16: Present Perfect always uses HAVE and the participle of a verb.
PICTURE 17: In questions, too.
PICTURE 18: He uses HAS for the third person.
PICTURE 19: All these differences made them go separate ways, but it doesn’t mean they are alone.
PICTURE 20: Simple Past has friends that hang out with and enjoy his company. They are always together.
PICTURE 21: Although some people don’t understand Present Perfect, he has friends, too. Loyal friends who relate to him and are always there for him.