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Add a sentence. Use the present perfect.
► I’m tired. (I / walk / miles)
I’ve walked miles.
1- Emma’s computer is working now. (she / repair / it)
2- It’s cooler in here now. (I / open / the window)
3- The visitors are here at last, (they / arrive)
4- Mark’s car isn’t blocking us in now. (he / move / it)
5- We haven’t got any new videos, (we / watch / all these)
Look at the pictures and say what the people have done.
Use these verbs: break, build, catch, see, win
Use these objects: a film, a fish, a house, his leg, the gold medal
►She’s won the gold medal.
Trevor and Laura are decorating their house.
Put in the verbs. Use the present perfect.
Laura: How is the painting going? Have you finished ? (you / finish)
Trevor: No, I haven’t. Painting the ceiling is really difficult, you know. (I / not / do) very much. And it looks just the same as before. This new paint (not / make) any difference.
Laura: (you / not / put) enough on.
Trevor: (I / hurt) my back. It feels bad.
Laura: Oh, you and your back. You mean (you / have) enough of decorating. Well, I’ll do it. Where (you / put) the brush?
Trevor: I don’t know. (it / disappear). (I / look) for it, but I can’t find it.
Laura: You’re hopeless, aren’t you? How much (you / do) in here? Nothing! (I / paint) two doors.
Trevor: (I / clean) all this old paint around the window. It looks much better now, doesn’t it?
Laura: (we / make) some progress, I suppose. Now, where (that brush /go)? Oh, (you / leave) it on the ladder, look.
Write replies using the present perfect and just.
Use these past participles: checked, eaten, made, remembered, rung, tidied
► We must find out the address. ~ It’s all right, I’ve just remembered it.
1- The children’s room looks neat. ~ Yes, they’ve
2- Is Daniel making some coffee? ~ It’s ready.
3- What happened to that chocolate? ~ Sorry,
4- Has Rachel got all the answers right? ~ Yes,
5- Have you told your sister? ~ Yes, I’ve
Complete the dialogue. Use the present perfect with just, already and yet.
Vicky: You haven’t done your project yet (you / not do / your project / yet), I suppose.
Rachel: No, I haven’t. (I / not / start / it / yet).
Vicky: (I /just / see / Andrew), and he says (he / already / do) about half of it.
Rachel: Well, he works too hard.
Vicky: (I / not / finish / my plan / yet).
Rachel: (you / already / begin) to worry about it, haven’t you? Take it easy. There’s plenty of time.
Vicky: (we / already / spend) too long thinking about it. (I / not / do / any real work / yet) and (I / just / realize) that there are only four weeks to the end of term.
Rachel: OK. (I / just / decide) to start next week. Well, maybe.
Andrew is a very hard-working student. It’s midnight and he is still working at his computer.
Write sentences with the present perfect and for or since.
► be / at his computer / six hours He’s been at his computer for six hours.
1- not / have / any fun / a long time
2- have / a cold / a week
3- not / see / his friends / ages
4- not / do / any sport / last year
5- be / busy with his studies / months
Complete the sentences.
► You ought to wash the car. You haven’t washed it for ages.
► I’d better have a shower. I haven’t had one since Thursday.
1- I think I’ll ring my girlfriend. I haven’t the weekend.
2- We’re going to see some old friends. We haven’t five years.
3- Let’s watch a video, shall we? We haven’t quite a while.
4- We could have a barbecue. We haven’t last summer.
5- Shall we play tennis? We haven’t our holiday.
Complete the conversation. Put in gone or been.
Emma: Hi. Where’s Rachel?
Vicky: She’s gone to the supermarket to get something for a meal.
Emma: But I’ve got some chicken for tonight. I’ve just to a supermarket on my way home, that new place near the station.
Natasha: I haven’t to that one yet.
Vicky: Where’s Jessica? Isn’t she here? Emma: No, she’s to London. She’ll be back tomorrow.
Write the questions and answers. Use the information in brackets.
► Matthew: (sailing?) Have you ever been sailing?
Natasha: (no, windsurfing) No, I’ve never been sailing, but I’ve been windsurfing.
1- Laura: (San Francisco?)
Mark: (no, Los Angeles) but
2- Tom: (basketball?)
Trevor: (no, volleyball) but
3- Daniel: (‘Hamlet’?)
Vicky: (no, ‘Macbeth’) but
What would you say in these situations? Use time and the present perfect.
► You are watching a cricket match. You have never seen one before.
This is the first time I’ve seen a cricket match.
1- You have lost your bank card. It has happened once before.
2- The washing-machine has broken down. This has happened twice before.
3- You are in England for the first time in your life.
4- You are staying in a hotel where you once stayed before.
5- You have missed the bus. You’ve done the same thing about four times before.
Complete the sentences. Use the present perfect.
►Mark buys a newspaper most mornings, but he hasn’t bought one this morning.
1- I see Vicky most days, but
2- We go to the club most weekends, but
3- We usually have a party each term, but
4- Someone usually rings in the evening, but no one