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Present Perfect

Affirmative Negative Interrogative
Long form Short form
I have walked You have walked He has walked She has walked It has walked We have walked You have walked They have walked I have not walked You have not walked He has not walked She has not walked It has not walked We have not walked You have not walked They have not walked I haven`t walked You haven`t walked He hasn`t walked She hasn`t walked It hasn`t walked We haven`t walked You haven`t walked They haven`t walked Have I walked? Have you walked? Has he walked? Has she walked? Has it walked? Have we walked? Have you walked? Have they walked?
Time Expressions with Present Perfect
already, just, ever never, lately, recently, today, this week, yet

I. Use the verbs in brackets in the right tense form.

1. You (to see) the new pictures by Shilov? Yes. How you (to like) it? I like it very much.

2. You ever (to be) to Paris? Yes, I (to go) there last winter.

3. Is father at home? No he (not to come) yet.

4. I just (to finish) work and (to read a book now).

5. Where is your son? He (not to come) home from school yet. I think he still (to play) football.

6. When your children (to come) back to town? They (not to come) back yet.

7. You (to do the translation) already? You only to begin it 20 minutes ago.

8. You (to finish) it an hour ago.

9. I just (to have) breakfast, and (to read) the paper. I (to answer). You (to get up) sp late? He (to say) and (to ask) me to go to his place at once.

10. When you (to come) to Moscow? A week ago.

 

II. Use Present Perfect or Past Indefinite.

1. I (to have) my breakfast. I am not hungry.

2. He (to have) his breakfast an hour ago.

3. The Smiths (to invite) us to dinner last Saturday.

4. They (to invite) many guests to their Christmas party.

5. We (to buy) a lot of things, put them into the fridge.

6. We (to go) shopping yesterday and (to buy) a lot of things.

7. She (to be) to London a lot of times.

8. She (to be) in London last month.

9. I never (to taste) Indian food.

10. I (to taste) Indian food when we were at the restaurant.

11. They (not to write) to us since they moved to a new flat.

12. When they (to write) to us last?

13. How long you learn English?

14. I (to learn) English long ago.

Vocabulary and Speech Exercises

 

I. Match the word and its definition.

Govern to collide with a loud noise, to come into conflict
Amendment relating to courts of law
Dispute relating to law
Legislative An addition to, revision
Executive adj relating to a person or group having administrative or managerial authority in an organization; n the chief officer of a government, state, or political division
Judicial buying and selling of goods
Clash to make and administer public policy and affairs
Commerce to argue about, debate



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