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Write negative sentences in present perfect simple.

The weather was wonderful today. So the children were in the park all afternoon and have not done their household chores:

1. Sarah / not / wash the dishes

2. Anita / not / clean the kitchen

3. Maureen and Gavin / not / water the plants

4. Joey / not / make his bed

5. David / not / buy milk

6. Lisa / not / be to the baker's

7. Aran and Jack / not / do their homework

8. Jane and Ben / not / tidy up their rooms

9. Alex / not / feed the hamster

10. Hazel / not / empty the bin

4. Write sentences in present perfect simple.

Place 'never' before the main verb.

In a contest, people get the chance to do something they've never done before. This is what the participants told the jury:

1. Fergal / never / sail / on the Pacific.

2. Rebecca / never / stay / at a five-star hotel.

3. Jason / never / watch / a world-cup final.

4. Rachel and Gareth / never / climb / Mount Kilimanjaro.

5. Elaine / never / see / a whale.

6. Ruth / never / spend / her holiday in Mexico.

7. Connor / never / be / to Canada.

8. Lisa and Holly / never / cycle / around England.

9. Barry / never / drive / a Ferrari.

10. Clare / never / meet / Mickey Mouse

Write questions in present perfect simple.

1. you / answer / the question

2. Jenny / lock / the door

3. Walter / call / us

4. you / see / the picture

5. your parents / get / the letter

6. it / rain / a lot

7. how often / we / sing / the song

8. Maureen / watch / the film

9. how many books / Bob / read

10. ever / you / be / to London

Ask for the information in the bold part of the sentence.

1. I have been in the garden.

2. My sister has cooked dinner.

3. Sue has read the book twice.

4. My computer has crashed.

5. Jeane has been on holiday for eight days.

6. Fred has done his homework.

7. Gavin has stopped at the corner.

8. Sarah has boughtfive books.

9. Jason has talked to his teacher.

10. Catherine has cleaned the house because she is having a party tonight.

Put the verbs into the correct form (present perfect simple).

1. I (not / work) today.

2. We (buy) a new lamp.

3. We (not / plan) our holiday yet.

4. Where (be / you)?

5. He (write) five letters.

6. She (not / see) him for a long time.

7. (be / you) at school?

8. School (not / start) yet.

9. (speak / he) to his boss?

10. No, he (have / not) the time yet.

Write sentences in present perfect simple.

1. we / reach / our goal

2. our team / lose / the match

3. she / underline / the word

4. they / not / discover / the treasure

5. Ron / not / talk / about the problem

Write questions in present perfect simple.

1. you / knock / at the door

2. the teacher / mark / the tests

3. she / buy / a new computer

4. they / rescue / the girl

5. Brad / wear / a blue shirt

Ask for the information in the bold part of the sentence.

1. They have seen him at the library.



2. Robby Robber has robbed another bank.

3. Bill has ordered three desserts.

4. Clara has repeated the sentence five times.

5. Jane has asked a question.

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

Use of Present Perfect Progressive

  • puts emphasis on the duration or course of an action (not the result)

Example: She has been writing for two hours.

  • action that recently stopped or is still going on

Example: I have been living here since 2001.

  • finished action that influenced the present

Example: I have been working all afternoon.


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