Solutions for: App 282 / Simple Past or Present Perfect? (2)

Practise distinguishing which tense you need!
We use the simple past to talk about events that happened at a specific time in the past - signal words are: yesterday, in 2018, last week/year, a week/month ago.

We use the present perfect to talk about events that started in the past and are still ongoing or have a connection to the present moment - signal words are: today, already, yet, in the last months, this year, just, recently, have you ever...
Form the simple past with "ed" at the end of the verb but look out for irregular verbs like: buy-bought or see-saw. For example: I laughed....

Form the present perfect by using "have" and the 3rd form of the verb. Careful: Don't forget He/she/it need: has. For example: I have watched...He has bought...
Lucy __________ TV last night.

Solution:
watched
Until now, I have not __________ him about it.

Solution:
told
She ______ worked as a babysitter for a couple of months now.

Solution:
has
I have recently __________ a nice new clothes shop on the high street!

Solution:
found
Up to now he had never __________ his keys!

Solution:
lost
Mary __________ maths as her favourite school subject.

Solution:
chose
Last week Finn totally __________ to do his homework.
Fill the gap with the right form of "forget"
Solution:
forgot
The lake __________ last night.
Fill the gap with the right form of "freeze"
Solution:
froze
Have you ever __________ kickboxing?

Solution:
tried
__________ you do an exchange program last year?

Solution:
Did
__________ she made up her mind yet?

Solution:
Has
You have __________ Daisy, haven't you?

Solution:
met
A thief __________ my bike last night.

Solution:
stole
He __________ too ill to attend the other day.

Solution:
felt