Present tense (2)
Listen to the track. Tick the sentences either as right or wrong.
|Max is going to visit Sam during his Easter holidays.||x|
|Sam has got a brother called George and a sister called Janet.||x|
|George is older than Sam.||x|
|Sam is good at German.||x|
|Sam revises his German vocabulary regularly.||x|
|Sam hopes that the weather will be fine around Easter.||x|
|Max should bring along his roller skates.||x|
|Max has been playing tennis for about three years.||x|
Correct the false sentences from task 1.
- Sam’s mother is called Janet. He has only got one brother.
- George is younger than Sam.
- Sam is bad at German.
- Sam doesn’t learn words regularly.
- Max should bring along his tennis racket.
Write questions using the present perfect.
- you / write / that letter to Mum yet?
- Jenny / lock / the door?
- you / see / the photos of the party?
- you / read / the letter from the neighbour about the noise yet?
- Maureen / watch / that film about Halloween yet?
- how many books about Guy Fawkes / Bob / read?
- ever / you / be / to London on 5th November?
- Have you written that letter to Mum yet?
- Has Jenny locked the door?
- Have you seen the photos of the party?
- Have you read the letter from the neighbour about the noise yet?
- Has Maureen watched that film about Halloween yet?
- How many books about Guy Fawkes has Bob read?
- Have you ever been to Londen on the 5th of November?
Put each of the following verbs into either the simple past or present perfect.
- Colin (play) tennis for five years when he (be) at school.
- Gordon (live) in London for the past 15 years.
- Dad, (you/finish) with the newspaper yet?
- Mandy, can you help me? I (finish) my homework, but I still don’t understand exercise 6.
- Mum, I don’t want any food. I (eat/already) at Paul’s house.
- Tom lives in Liverpool. Before he (move) there in 2000, he (live) in London.
- Colin played tennis for five years when he was at school.
- Gordon has lived in London for the past 15 years.
- Dad, have you finished with the newspaper yet?
- Mandy, can you help me? I have finished my homework, but I still don’t understand exercise 6.
- Mum, I don’t want any food. I have already eaten at Paul’s house.
- Tom lives in Liverpool. Before he moved there in 2000, he lived in London.
Say it in English,
Sage auf Englisch, dass...
- du noch nicht deine Hausaufgaben gemacht hast. I havenʼt ...
- du gerade gegessen hast.
- dein Onkel in Florida noch nie Schnee gesehen hat.
- I haven't done my homework yet.
- I have just eaten.
- My uncle in California has never seen snow.
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