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Write the participle form of the following verbs.
1. go → gone
2. sing → sung
3. be → been
4. buy → bought
5. do → done
Complete the table in present perfect simple.
positive | negative | question |
He has written a letter. | He has not written a letter.subject - auxiliary verb - not - main verb Missing punctuation mark | Has he written a letter?auxiliaryverb - subject - main verb |
They have stopped.subject - auxiliary verb - main verb Missing punctuation mark. | They have not stopped. | Have they stoppedauxiliary verb - subject - main verb ? |
We have danced.subject - auxiliary verb - main verb Missing punctuation mark. | We have not danced.subject - auxiliary verb - not - main verb Missing punctuation mark. | Have we danced? |She has worked. | She has not worked.subject - auxiliary verb - not - main verb Missing punctuation mark. | Has she worked?auxiliary verb - subject - main verb |
Andy has slept.subject - auxiliary verb - main verb Missing punctuation mark. | Andy has not slept. | Has Andy slept?auxiliary verb - subject - main verb |
Write sentences in present perfect simple.
1. They / ask / aquestion - They have asked a question.With I, you, we, they or a plural noun, use have.
regular verb - just add 'ed'. Missing punctuation mark.
2. He / speak / English - He has spoken English.With he, she, it or a singular noun, use has.
irregular verb (speak-spoke-spoken) Missing punctuation mark.
3. I / be / in my room - I have been in my room.With I, you, we, they or a plural noun, usehave.
irregular verb (be-was/were-been) Missing punctuation mark.
4. We / not / wash / the car - We have not washed the car.With I, you, we, they or a plural noun, use have.
regular verb - just add 'ed'. Missing punctuation mark.
5. Annie / not / forget / her homework - Annie has not forgotten her homework.With he, she, it or a singular noun, use has.
irregular verb(forget-forgot-forgotten) Missing punctuation mark.
Write questions in present perfect simple.
1. They / finish / their homework - Have they finished their homework?With I, you, we, they or a plural noun, use have.
regular verb - just add 'ed'.
2. Sue / kiss / Ben - Has Sue kissed Ben?With he, she, it or a singular noun, use has.regular verb - just add 'ed'.
3. The waiter / bring / the tea -Has the waiter brought the tea?With he, she, it or a singular noun, use has.
irregular verb (bring-brought-brought)
4. Marilyn / pay / the bill - Has Marilyn paid the bill?With he, she, it or a singular noun, use has.
irregular verb (pay-paid-paid)
5. You / ever / write / a poem - Have you ever written a poem?With I, you, we, they or a plural noun, use have.
irregular verb(write-wrote-written)
Ask for the information in the bold part of the sentence.
1. They have talked about art at school. - Where have they talked about art?interrogative - auxiliary verb - subject - main verb
2. Jane has got a letter. - What has Jane gotten?interrogative - auxiliary verb - subject - main verb
3. Oliver has cooked dinner. - Who has cooked dinner?If we ask for thesubject, simply replace the subject with 'who' (for people) or 'what' (for things). The rest of the sentence remains the same.
4. Caron has read seven pages. - How many pages has Caron read?interrogative - auxiliary verb - subject - main verb
5. You have heard the song 100 times. - How many times have you heard the song?interrogative - auxiliary verb - subject - main verb

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A. is
B. are
C. was
D. were
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A. Has been working
B. Have been working
C. Had worked
D. Worked
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A. Had been
B. Have been
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