Have you ever been to London?
If you want to ask an English-speaking friend about his travels to London without using Present Perfect - 'Did you go to London?', you will hear the answer: ‘I had to go to London? When?’ After all, when talking about our life experiences - what we’ve tasted or which countries we’ve visited - we have to use the Present Perfect tense. Have you ever + verb in the third form.
At the next meeting of the English Grammar Club at Window on America Center in Kherson, the participants played the Ten Fingers game and learned how to build sentences in Present Perfect. This time opens up new opportunities for our communication, so the next meeting too will be devoted to this difficult, but very useful topic.