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Present perfect

  1. 1.  1 Match 1–6 with a–f. Then write present perfect sentences. 1 Jack / not email a your files with anyone 2 Ella / play b each other a lot this week 3 I / not create c his friends about the party 4 we / message d music for their mp3 players 5 you / not share e my own personal webpage 6 they / download f games online with me
  2. 2. More key words Present Perf+ JUST  Present Perf+ YET To talk about recent  YET is used only in events negative and Subj+have+JUST+ interrogative p.part sentences, at the end of a clause.
  3. 3. 1. Have you ever .......... to New York?    a)flew   b)went   c)goed   d)been2. No Ive never .......... there.    1. a)been   b)went   c)was   d)existed3. In fact Ive just .......... back from there.    1. a)been   b)gone   c)came   d)come4. I havent .......... the ferry to Ellis Island either.    1. a)taken   b)swam   c)jumped over   d)driven5. Ive just .......... work so hard.    1. a)looked   b)seen   c)must   d)had to6. though I have .......... dinner at Sardis    1. a)had   b)taken   c)seen   d)served7. and .......... a Broadway show.    1. a)taken   b)watched   c)seen   d)starred in
  4. 4. Read the sentences. Write sentences with similar meanings. Use the present perfect form of the bold verbs and one of the words. 1 Sophie signed her first contract ten minutes ago. (just / yet) 2 Tim did his homework last night. (already / just) 3 You haven’t eaten all your breakfast. (already / yet) 4 It will stop raining soon. (just / yet) 5 I sacked my manager this morning. (just / already) 6 We have recorded the video. (already / yet) 7 The boys hope to release a single soon. (yet / already) 8 Has Mia appeared on TV?. (already /yet)
  5. 5. Exercises:1. Which is correct?    1. a)for a long period    2. b)since a long period2. Which is correct?    1. a)for 6 years    2. b)since 6 years3. Which is correct?    1. a)for 1992    2. b)since 19924. Which is correct?    1. a)for 6 weeks    2. b)since 6 weeks5. Which is correct?    1. a)for 8 months    2. b)since 8 months
  6. 6. 1. Which is correct?    1. a)for 10 minutes    2. b)since 10 minutes2. Which is correct?    1. a)for a long time    2. b)since a long time3. Which is correct?    1. a)for ages    2. b)since ages4. Which is correct?    1. a)for March 18    2. b)since March 185. Which is correct?    1. a)for the end of last year    2. b)since the end of last year

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