Solutions for: App 323 / Present Perfect (1)

Practise the present perfect with us!
When do you use the present perfect?
When you want to talk about events in the past that are unfinished or are still happening now. It is also used to describe events that happened at undefined points in time or very recently.
Signal words: "since, for, ever, never, this month/week, today, just, yet, already, recently"
How to form the present perfect?
Use have/has with the past participle of the verb. The past participle (3rd form of the verb) is usually formed by adding "ed" to the end of the verb: watch - watched. But some verbs are irregular, you need to learn these by heart.
For example: "He has played tennis for five years". OR "I haven't bought Mum's birthday cake yet".
I ______ watched TV for two hours already!

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have
She has __________ tennis twice this week.

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played
Mrs James ______ asked us to finish the essay today.

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has
______ you seen Amy this week?

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Have
I have __________ her since primary school.

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known
She ______ phoned me yet.

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hasn't
I have __________ in Köln since 2015.

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lived
Tom and I have ______ to the zoo together this week.

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been
Maria ______ never been to the theatre before.

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has
I have already ______ my room, can I go out now?

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tidied up
They ______ recently won the 100m town race.

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have
Dad ______ already told me about it.

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has
______ you met my brother yet?

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Have
Hi Mum! We ______ just arrived at camp!

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have