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    • Nuestra Señora High school<br />Angêla Betancourt Balmaceda<br />Eight graders practice<br />Present perfect practice<br />Write positive sentences in present perfect<br />Bob / visit / his grandma.<br />Bob has visited his grandma.<br />Jimmy / play / on the computer. <br />___________________________<br />Sue and Walter / wash / their car. <br />___________________________<br />Andrew / repair / his bike. <br />___________________________<br />Phil / help / Anne with mathematics.<br />___________________________<br />Brad and Louise / watch / a film. <br />___________________________<br />Tamara / talk to / her best friend.<br />___________________________<br />Bridgette / draw / a picture. <br />___________________________<br />Carol / read / a computer magazine.<br />_____________________________<br />Tom and Alice / be / to a restaurant.<br />_____________________________<br />Write negative sentences in present perfect simple.<br />Sarah / not / wash the dishes<br />Sarah has not washed the dishes____________<br />Anita / not / clean the kitchen<br />____________________________________<br />Maureen and Gavin / not / water the plants<br />____________________________________<br />Joey / not / make his bed<br />____________________________________<br />David / not / buy milk<br />____________________________________<br />Aran and Jack / not / do their homework<br />____________________________________<br />Alex / not / feed the hamster<br />____________________________________<br />Put the verbs into the correct form.<br />I have not worked (not / work) today. <br />We __________ (buy) a new lamp. <br />We __________ (not / plan) our holiday yet. <br />Where __________ (be / you)? <br />He __________ (write) five letters<br /> <br />She __________ (not / see) him for a long time. <br />__________ (be / you) at school? <br />School __________ (not / start) yet. <br />_______________ (speak / he) to his boss? <br />No, he __________ (have / not) the time yet. <br />Complete the spaces with the correct form of the verb<br />A: Did you like the movie "Star Wars?"<br />B: I don't know. I (see, never) __________ that movie.<br />Stinson is a fantastic writer. He (write) __________ten very creative short stories in the last year. One day, he'll be as famous as Hemingway.<br />I (have, not) __________this much fun since I (be) __________ a kid.<br />Things (change) __________a great deal at Coltech, Inc. When we first (start) __________ working here three years ago, the company (have, only) __________six employees. Since then, we (expand) __________to include more than 2000 full-time workers.<br />I (tell) __________ him to stay on the path while he was hiking, but he (wander) __________off into the forest and (be) __________ bitten by a snake.<br />Listen Donna, I don't care if you (miss) __________ the bus this morning. You (be) __________ late to work too many times. You are fired!<br />Sam is from Colorado, which is hundreds of miles from the coast, so he (see, never) __________the ocean. He should come with us to Miami.<br />In the last hundred years, traveling (become) __________much easier and very comfortable. In the 19th century, it (take) __________ two or three months to cross North America by covered wagon. The trip (be) __________ very rough and often dangerous. Things (change) __________a great deal in the last hundred and fifty years. Now you can fly from New York to Los Angeles in a matter of hours.<br />Jonny, I can't believe how much you (change) ___________since the last time I (see) __________ you. You (grow) __________at least a foot!<br />This tree (be) __________planted by the settlers who (found) __________ our city over four hundred years ago.<br />This mountain (be, never) __________climbed by anyone. Several mountaineers (try) __________to reach the top, but nobody (succeed, ever) __________. The climb is extremely difficult and many people (die) __________trying to reach the summit.<br />I (visit, never) __________Africa, but I (travel) __________to South America several times. The last time I (go) __________ to South America, I (visit) __________ Brazil and Peru. I (spend) __________ two weeks in the Amazon, (hike) __________ for a week near Machu Picchu, and (fly) __________ over the Nazca Lines.<br />Answers<br />Write positive sentences in present perfect<br />Bob has visited his grandma.<br />Jimmy has played on the computer.<br />Sue and Walter have washed their car.<br />Andrew has repaired his bike.<br />Phil has helped Anne with mathematics.<br />Brad and Louise have watched a film.<br />Tamara has talked to her best friend.<br />Bridgette has drawn a picture.<br />Carol has read a computer magazine.<br />Tom and Alice have been to a restaurant.<br />Write negative sentences in present perfect simple.<br />Sarah has not washed the dishes.<br />Anita has not cleaned the kitchen. <br />Maureen and Gavin have not watered the plants. <br />Joey has not made his bed. <br />David has not bought milk. <br />Lisa has not been to the baker's. <br />Aran and Jack have not done their homework. <br />Jane and Ben have not tidied up their rooms. <br />Alex has not fed the hamster. <br />Hazel has not emptied the bin.<br />Put the verbs into the correct form.<br />I have not worked today. <br />We have bought a new lamp. <br />We have not planned our holiday yet. <br />Where have you been? <br />He has written five letters. <br />She has not seen him for a long time. <br />Have you been at school? <br />School has not started yet. <br />Has he spoken to his boss? <br />No, he has not had the time yet. <br />Complete the spaces with the correct form of the verb<br />A: Did you like the movie "Star Wars?"<br />B: I don't know. I (see, never) have never seen that movie.<br />Stinson is a fantastic writer. He (write) has written ten very creative short stories in the last year. One day, he'll be as famous as Hemingway.<br />I (have, not) have not had this much fun since I (be) was a kid.<br />Things (change) have changed a great deal at Coltech, Inc. When we first (start) started working here three years ago, the company (have, only) only had six employees. Since then, we (expand) have expanded to include more than 2000 full-time workers.<br />I (tell) told him to stay on the path while he was hiking, but he (wander) wandered off into the forest and (be) was bitten by a snake.<br />Listen Donna, I don't care if you (miss) missed the bus this morning. You (be) have been late to work too many times. You are fired!<br />Sam is from Colorado, which is hundreds of miles from the coast, so he (see, never) has never seen the ocean. He should come with us to Miami.<br />In the last hundred years, traveling (become) has become much easier and very comfortable. In the 19th century, it (take) took two or three months to cross North America by covered wagon. The trip (be) was very rough and often dangerous. Things (change) have changed a great deal in the last hundred and fifty years. Now you can fly from New York to Los Angeles in a matter of hours.<br />Jonny, I can't believe how much you (change) have changed since the last time I (see) saw you. You (grow) have grown at least a foot!<br />This tree (be) was planted by the settlers who (found) founded our city over four hundred years ago.<br />This mountain (be, never) has never been climbed by anyone. Several mountaineers (try) have tried to reach the top, but nobody (succeed, ever) has ever succeeded. The climb is extremely difficult and many people (die) have died trying to reach the summit.<br />I (visit, never) have never visited Africa, but I (travel) have traveled to South America several times. The last time I (go)went to South America, I (visit) visited Brazil and Peru. I (spend) spent two weeks in the Amazon, (hike) hiked for a week near Machu Picchu, and (fly) flew over the Nazca Lines.<br />