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The present perfect is used when the time period has NOT finished: I have seen three movies this week. (This week has not finished yet.) The simple past is used when the time period HAS finished: I saw three movies last week. (Last week has finished.) The present perfect is used when the time is not specific: I have seen that movie already. (We don't know when.) The simple past is used when the time is clear: I saw that movie on Thursday. (We know exactly when.) The present perfect is used with for and since, when the actions have not finished yet: I have lived in Victoria for five years. (I still live in Victoria).
Right or wrong ?Correct the verbs that are wrong(the verbs are underlined) 1. I ‘ ve lost my key. I can’t find it now 2. Have you seen Ann yesterday? 3. I ‘ ve finished my work at 2 o’clock 4. I’ m ready now. I’ve finished my work. 5. What time have you finished your work? 6. Sue isn’t here. She’s gone out. 7. Jim’s grandmother has died in 1918. 8. Where have you been last night?
Put the verb in the present perfect or past simple 1. My friend is a writer. He ______________(write) many books. 2. We ______________(NOT/HAVE) a holiday last year. 3. I ________(play) tennis yesterday afternoon. 4. What time ________( you /go) to bed last night? 5. ____________(you/ever/ meet) a famous person? 6. The weather _______(not /be )very good yesterday. 7. My hair is wet. I ___________( just/ wash) it. 8. I _______(wash) my hair before breakfast this morning. 9. Linda travels a lot. She _______(visit) many countries. 10. ‘Is Sonia here?’ ‘ No, she ________(not/come) yet’.
Put the verb in the correct form: 1. Chloe ________ in Tokyo for five years, but he left in 1993. a) lived b) has lived 2. The Titanic ________ in 1912. a) sank b) has sunk 3. Somebody ________ my bicycle! Now I'll have to walk home. a) stole b) has stolen 4. Gerry ________ off his bike three times this month. a) fell b) has fallen 5. Katy ________ from university last July. a) graduated b) has graduated
Use the right form of the verb to complete the sentence: 1. I (visit) Paris three times. 2. Last year I (visit) Paris. 3. Last month I (go) to Scotland. 4. I'm sorry, John isn't here now. He (go) to the shops. 5. We (finish) this room last week. 6. I (finish) my exams finally - I'm so happy!
Make the correct form of the past simple or the present perfect: 1) We (go) to the theatre last week. 2) Yesterday I (have) dinner with a friend. 3) I (never taste) champagne. 4) When I (be) a child, I (love) ice-skating. 5) I (not/have) any coffee today - I feel very sleepy! 6) I (not/drink) any coffee yesterday. 7) I (read) all his books - I think he's a wonderful writer. 8) What (you/do) at the weekend? 9) I (always / love) tea - I drink it every day.
Make the correct form of the past simple or the present perfect: 1.At the weekend, they (play) football, and then they (go) to a restaurant. 2. John (never/understand) the present perfect. 3. She (break) her leg the day before her exam. 4. We (see) Oliver yesterday. 5. She (visit) her grandmother last month. 6. The Vandals (invade) Rome in the year 455 . 7.I (be) in London for three years .
CHOOSE THE RIGHT WORD TO COMPLETE THE SENTENCES FOR, SINCE or AGO? This house needs cleaning. We haven't cleaned it ___ a months. I think I can't possibly learn Chinese. I've studied it ___ two years and I still can't have a sensible conversation. Jim and Kevin first met ten years___. Where were you? I've been waiting ___ two hours. I don't see my family very often. I haven't seen them ___ Christmas. My parents have had the same car ___ ages. They bought it at least fifteen years ___
1. That successful comedy turned ___ a low-budget movie. 2. Turn the TV___! I don’t like thrillers. 3. In science fiction films people usually turn ___ strange creatures. 4. Turn the TV___! I really want to watch that adventure film. 5. I prefer fantasy. I adore when a rude monster turns___ a handsome prince! 6. I can’t watch this stupid animation any more. I will turn___. 7. “Titanic” is an amazing romance and you can’t turn the TV ___. Fill in the gaps:
1. Please turn …. the lights when you leave the room. 2. Max was bored so he turned the TV ….. 3. I'm tired to stay up. I think I'll turn ….. 4. Ben is a nice guy until he drinks alcohol. He then turns …. a monster! 5. Turn … the TV if no one is watching it. 6. My father is terrible with computers. He can't even turn one ….!
7. Can you turn ___ the music ? I can't concentrate on my work. 8. I don't stay up very late. I usually turn ___ at around 10pm. 9. A caterpillar turns ___ a butterfly. 10. People turn ___ the television to keep them company, and to keep them from thinking. 11. He doesn't do anything but watch TV; he's turning ____ a couch potato.
12. If you heat water up to 100'C, it turns___ steam. 13. She tried hard to turn everything ___a joke. 14. I think I'll turn ___ early today. 15. Look, they've turned the boat ___ a floating home. 16. Will you turn ___ the radio, please? 17. Turn ___ the water. 18. He will turn ___ an excellent painter.
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