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Name: __________________ Mark: Date: _____ _____ / / ______ Teacher: 1. Read the following sentences, choose
Name: __________________
Mark:
Date:
_____ _____
/
/ ______
Teacher:
1. Read the following sentences, choose and circle the most suitable tense.
so tired that he has slept / had slept for more than ten hours.
et / had met Miriam on the corner of 8th Avenue yesterday.
e time I have arrived / arrived to the cinema, the film has nearly finished / had nearly finished.
you see / Have you seen my sunglasses anywhere? I think I have lost / had lost them.
nda couldn´t get in because she has left / had left her keys in the office.
las knew / has known that he has already seen / had already seen the man before.
the police stopped / has stopped Jane this morning she realised that she left / had left her driving licenc
you heard / had you heard the news today?
2. Complete these sentences putting the verbs in brackets in the Present Perfect, Past Perfect or Past Sim
(return) home, they
_____________
(do) a couple of hundred miles and they
_____________
(be) comp
never/fly) from New York to San Francisco before.
) to contact an old English penpal when she
_____________
(go) to London last summer but the boy _________
Susan/finish) her research Project on Shakespeare?
(eat), we
_____________
(sit) in the garden and
_____________
(exchange) views about our children´s future ca
e) my sister Julie since 1995. She lives with her family in Paris.
(get) the cinema, the film
_____________
(already/begin).
___
(buy) a new car after they
_____________
(win) some money in the lottery.

Name: __________________

Mark: Teacher:
Mark:
Teacher:
 

Date:

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/ ______

   
   

1. Read the following sentences, choose and circle the most suitable tense.

   
     
   

s so tired that he has slept / had slept for more than ten hours.

   

met / had

met Miriam on the corner of 8th Avenue yesterday.

he time I have arrived / arrived to the cinema, the film has nearly finished / had nearly finished.

you see /

Have you seen my sunglasses anywhere? I think I have lost / had lost them.

nda couldn´t get in because she has left / had left her keys in the office.

glas knew

/ has

known that he has already seen / had already seen the man before.

n the police stopped / has stopped Jane this morning she realized that she left / had left her driving licenc

e you heard / had you heard the news today?

     
   

2. Complete these sentences putting the verbs in brackets in the Present Perfect, Past Perfect or Past Sim

   
     
   

(return) home, they

(do) a couple of hundred miles and they

(be) comp

 

(never/fly)

from

New York to San Francisco before.

y) to contact an old English penpal when she

(go) to London last summer but the boy _________

/Susan/finish) her research Project on Shakespeare?

(eat), we

(sit) in the garden and

(exchange) views about our children´s future c

e) my sister Julie since 1995. She lives with her family in Paris.

_ (get) the cinema, the film

(already/begin).

(buy)

a new

car after they

(win) some money in the lottery.

 

1.

  • a) has slept;

  • b) met;

  • c) arrived…had nearly finished;

  • d) have you seen… have lost;

  • e) had left;

  • f) knew… had already seen;

  • g) stopped…had left;

  • h) have you heard;

2.

  • a) returned…had done…were;

  • b) has never flown;

  • c) tried…went…had moved;

  • d) has Susan already finished;

  • e) had eaten…sat … exchanged;

  • f) haven´t seen;

  • g) got… had already begun;

  • h) bought… had won;

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