Lesson 5 Documento sin título Answer these questions with the correct perfect tense. What have you been doing for the last ten minutes? What have you been studying today? What have you done today in the kitchen? What have you done with your friends lately? Next Exercise
Lesson 4 Documento sin título Decide whether you have to use “since” or “for”. 1. I have been waiting 4 o’clock. 2. Sue has only been waiting 20 minutes. 3. Tim and Tina have been learning English six years. 4. Fred and Frida have been learning French 1998. 5. Joe and Josephine have been going…
Lesson 5 Documento sin título Choose the right answer. 1. Nancy Kerrigan is a professional ice skater. She ____ since she was a child. has skated has been skating both tenses possible 2. Nancy ____ many awards for her skating. In fact, she won an Olympic medal. has won has been winning both possible 3….
Lesson 7 Documento sin título These events are out of order. Put these sentences into chronological paragraphs using first, next, then, after that, and finally. 1. I take a shower. I have breakfast. I get dressed. I catch the number 96 bus. I walk to the bus stop. 2. I enjoy my dinner. I take…
Lesson 4 Documento sin título Put the verbs into the correct form (present perfect progressive). 1. He (work) in this company since 1985. 2. I (wait) for you since two o’clock. 3. Mary (live) in Germany since 1992. 4. Why is he so tired? He (play) tennis for five hours. 5. How long (learn /…
Lesson 4 Documento sin título Negative Sentences Write negative sentences in present perfect progressive. 1. we / not / in the mountains / walk → 2. Beatrice / not / in Boston / teach → 3. Ricky / not / the car / wash → 4. she / not / a poem / write →…
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