7333 present perfect vs simple past

2915 present perfect vs simple past tense

2915 present perfect vs simple past tense
... in the correct tense form of the verb: The accident ………………………………… (happen) Complete these conversations, use the present perfect to open the conversation and in 2003 the past tense to ask for ... Fill in the blanks with the appropriate tense form of the verb: Model: ………………………………………… Speak I spoke to Jane a few minutes ago I’ve spoken...
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Present perfect or simple past

Present perfect or simple past
... when grammar rules change! Sign up to our newsletter here: englishgrammar.org (It's free) Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org) ... has been unhappy since she left her home They finished the job last week They haven’t started working yet She has been ill since last month Nobody has seen him since that fateful evening Have ... could be used here ……………………………… to Venice? a) Did you ever go b) Have you ever been Answers He worked at a bar when he was younger I haven’t seen her since last Monday He died three years ago...
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English present perfect vs past simple test 01

English present perfect vs past simple   test 01
... very much A read/enjoyed B have read/enjoyed © http://www.englishteststore.net Photocopiable C read/have enjoyed © http://www.englishteststore.net Photocopiable ...
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English present perfect vs past simple test 02

English present perfect vs past simple   test 02
... _ (insist) on it © http://www.englishteststore.net Photocopiable A Did you wear/insisted B Did you wear/has insisted C Have you worn/insisted © http://www.englishteststore.net Photocopiable ...
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English present perfect vs past simple test 03

English present perfect vs past simple   test 03
... (finish) his second tragedy A wrote/just finished B has written/has just finished © http://www.englishteststore.net Photocopiable ...
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Present perfect vs Past

Present perfect vs Past
... use of the present perfect has more to with our present perspective on the event rather than on the actual time at which it took place  The simple past tense occurs with specific past- time adverbials ... commonly associated with the perfect (e.g., already, since, yet)  Organise the phrases in the next slide into three columns headed used with simple past, used with present perfect and used with either ... don’t speak much Japanese  Past simple is used by speakers to talk about past events which are, or which they regard as, finalised, or over and done with  Present perfect is used by speakers...
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