Solutions for: App 324 / Present Perfect (2)

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".
Have you ever ______ to England?

Solution:
been
Lucy has ______ me about your project, it sound brilliant!

Solution:
told
Have you ______ my dog anywhere today?

Solution:
seen
I have ______ as a babysitter for five years now.

Solution:
worked
I have already ______ the decorations for the party.

Solution:
bought
Has Josh ______ you where everything is yet?

Solution:
shown
Have you ______ with your homework yet?

Solution:
begun
I have just ______ my dress for the school disco on Saturday.

Solution:
chosen
He ______ already left the house.

Solution:
has
Mr Williams ______ just returned the exam papers.

Solution:
has
She has ______ to Mallorca sometime this week.
Insert the right form of "fly"
Solution:
flown
The new teacher? We haven't ______ her yet.
Insert the right form of "meet"
Solution:
met
We have never ______ a bone, have you?
Insert the right form of "break"
Solution:
broken
She ______ recently written to me.

Solution:
has