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  • 1. THE PRESENT PERFECT PART 1 answers (pages 1-10)PAGE 1THE PRESENT PERFECT (use)Ex. 1 1. Charles has gone to Brazil 2. Jack and Jill have decided to get married. 3. Suzanne has had a baby 4. Monica has given up smoking 5. George has passed his driving test.Ex. 2 1. She has washed her hair. 2. He has lost weight 3. We have run out of petrol. 4. He’s broken his leg.Ex. 3 1. Yes, I’ve just seen him. 2. Yes, she’s just phoned. 3. No, thanks, I’ve just put one out.Ex. 4 1. I’ve already phoned him. 2. I’ve already read it. 3. No, I’ve already paid him.Ex. 5. 1. I’ve just been to the shops. 2. He’s gone to the shops. 3. I’ve already been to the bank.PAGE 2Ex. 6 1. Have you ever been to South America? 2. Have you read any English books? 3. Have you lived in this town all your life? 4. How many times have you been in love? 5. What’s the most beautiful country you have ever visited? 6. Have you ever spoken to a famous person?Ex. 7 1. It’s the best film I’ve ever seen 2. Yes, it’s the longest book I’ve ever read. 3. Yes, she’s the most interesting person I’ve ever met.Ex. 8 1. Is this the first time you’ve played tennis? Yes, I’ve never played tennis before. 2. Is this the first time you’ve ridden a horse? Yes, I’ve never ridden a horse before. 3. Is this the first time you have been to England? Yes, I’ve never been to England before.Ex. 9 1. It hasn’t rained for ages. 2. They haven’t visited me since June. 3. I haven’t played tennis for a long time. 4. I have never eaten caviar. 5. I haven’t driven for six months. 6. I have never been to Spain. 7. She hasn’t written to me since last June.
  • 2. PAGE 3PRACTICE AND CONTRAST EXERCISES.Ex. 1 1. have you known. 2. I’ve lived, 3. I’m going, 4.- I’ve had, 5.- Have you been waiting..Ex. 2.1.- Have you ever seen. 2.- Did you ever go 3.- did you have, 4.- There’s been , 5.- I’ve never travelled,6.- I’ve lost, 7.- I lost 8.- Have you hadEx. 3.1.- haven’t seen / changed; 2. hasn’t written /left, 3._ hasn’t had / had; 4.- has had /left5.- won / hasn’t done; 6.- bought / have become 7.- have seen / got ; 8.- saw / haven’t seen ;9.- visited / haven’t been 10.- began / has changed ; 11.- started / has lost ; 12.- hasn’t stopped / began.PAGE 4Adverbs of time: since, for, ago A) for quite a while, since he was born, for over a year, since Saturday, for ages, for nine months,for two years, since last weekend, for six minutes, since June, since four o’clock, since you arrived. B) 1. for 2. since 3.- ago, 4. for, 5.- ago, 6. sincePAGE 5EXPLANATIONS (read them!)PAGE 6Present Perfect Simple (Present results of past action)Ex. 11.- have taken, 2.- has gone 3.- have made , 4.- have thrown, 5. haven’t phoned.Ex. 21.- Have you found / Yes, I have ; 2.- have you put... / have put 3.- Have you left / Yes, I have4.- Have you given / No , I haven’t 5.- Have you packed... Yes, I haveEx. 31.- He hasn’t changed. 2.- has left , 3.- They have moved. 4.- she has had 5.- I have finished, 6.- haveapplied, 7.- I haven’t had.Ex. 4.1.- There has been. 2.- has flown, 3.- has voted, 4.- have climbed, 5.- haven’t found, 6.- have damaged.PAGE 7PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE AND PAST SIMPLEEx. 11e, 2c, 3f, 4a, 5b, 6dEx. 21.- What has happened, 2.- there has been, 3.- happened, 4.- ran, 5.- swerved, 6.- hit, 7.- did it happen,8.- Has anyone called, 9.- have arrived, 10. They have probably called, 11. we have had, 12.- wasn’tEx. 3.1.- A.left, 2.A did you do , 3.B I travelled, 4B did you come, 5A I came, 6B have you done, 7A I’ve done,8A haven’t had, 9A Did you see, 10B I didn’t 11A They said, 12A I’ve never worked.PAGE 8 present perfect a) (across) 4. made 1. done 7. learnt 2. given 8. won 5.- acted 6.- visited 3. written NAME: DEAN WATTSb) 1.- They’ve torn the sofa, 2.- They’ve disconnected the phone, 3.- They’ve stolen the painting, 4.- They’vebroken the window.
  • 3. PAGE 9 PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE WITH FOR AND SINCE.Ex. 11.- has he lived, 2.- haven’t seen, 3.- have known, 4.- have they had 5.- hasn’t written, 6.- have been, 7.hasn’t eaten, 8.- have you belongedEx. 21.- for, 2.- for, 3.- since, 4.- for, 5.- for, 6.- since, 7.- sinceEx. 31.- has surprised, 2. joined, 3.- has performed, 4.- has enjoyed, 5.- had, 6.- reached, 7.- has sold, 8.- havereleased, 9.- have been, 10.- told, 11.- signed PAGE 10 FOR AND SINCE1.- SINCE, 2. FOR, 3. FOR, 4.- SINCE, 5. FOR, 6. FOR, 7 SINCE, 8.- FOR, 10.- FOR, 11,- FOR, 12.- FOR,13.- FOR, 14.- SINCE 15.- SINCE 16.- FOR