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Grammar Work for C Class students Present Perfect -Present Perfect Continuous

18 Μάρτιος 2016

Use
When to use which tense? Present Perfect Simple-Present Perfect Continuous
1 If we want to emphasise the duration of an action, we use …
2 If we want to tell, how often something has happened so far, we use …
3 If we want to emphasise the result of an action, we use …
4 If we want to emphasise that an action is completed now, we use …
5 If we want to emphasise how we have spent our time, we use …

Positive Sentences
Fill in the correct form (Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Progressive).
1. Sandy (cook) dinner four times this week.
2. We (travel) around Scotland for 8 days.
3. Why are your hands so dirty? – I (repair) my bike.
4. I (read) the book, you can have it back.
5. Paul (believe) in God since he was a child.
Negative Sentences
Fill in the correct form (Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Progressive).
1. Sorry for being late. I hope you (wait / not) long.
2. My grandparents are coming to see us next weekend. They (visit / not) us for two years.
3. She (be / not) on holiday for 3 years.
4. I don’t want you to drive my car. You (drive / not) a car for ages.
5. He (watch / not) TV all afternoon, he only switched the telly on 10 minutes ago.
Questions
Fill in the correct form (Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Progressive).
1. How much money (Jack / spend) in the casino?
2. How long (she / sit) there?
3. How many short messages (send / you) this month?
4. (you / empty) the bin yet?
5. Lucy, (you / bathe) your dolls? The bathroom floor is absolutely wet.
Text
Fill in the correct form (Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Progressive).
1. Daughter: Mum, Jane (phone / just) to ask if I will go to the cinema with her. May I?
2. Mother: (you / do) your homework yet?
3. Daughter: Well, I (do) it for about 2 hours now, but I (finish / not) it yet.
4. Mother: If you (complete / not) your homework, you cannot go. School comes first. Remember, you (promise) me to study harder this year.
5. Daughter: But mum, I (work) really hard this year and I (improve / already) in Maths and Chemistry.
6. Mother: But that’s only because I (push / always) you to do something.
7. Daughter: But I also need a break some time. Look, I (be / not) to the cinema for two months. May I go? Just this once.




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