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PRESENT PERFECT vs PAST SIMPLE - NEGATION
Choose between present perfect forms (hasnīt ..., havenīt ...) and past simple form. :)

Level: intermediate
Age: 11-100
Author:Elisabeth Weixlbaumer

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Adjectives and Adverbs
This is a reader-friendly fill-in-the-gaps exercise on adjectives and adverbs, and three follow-up activities on adverbs, personal pronouns and tenses. It also includes basic daily routine vocabulary and some fixed expressions. Enjoy it!

Level: intermediate
Age: 12-14
Author:angelinamarkova

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Past Simple or Present Perfect
Choose past simple or present perfect. This is part II.

Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Author:kristine44

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Present Perfect Simple vs Past Tense Simple
Choose the correct form - Present Perfect Simple or Past Simple - 15 sentences.

Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Author:Elisabeth Weixlbaumer

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Present perfect with already, yet, just
Itīs an exercise for students to make sense of the present perfect with already, yet and just. Thereīs a short grammar explanation and some activities to practise. I hope you find it useful!

Level: intermediate
Age: 11-100
Author:Nuria Ortiz

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been or gone
it is to practice been/gone

Level: elementary
Age: 10-100
Author:halildurak(Hacettepe)

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Present Perfect Simple or Past Simple
Your students will be able to check their ability to choose the right tense. 14 sentences -23 gap fills

Level: intermediate
Age: 8-100
Author:Jelena

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Past simple, past continuous, present perfect
Enjoy this wondeful worksheet-test your verb tenses knowledge:-)

Level: intermediate
Age: 14-100
Author:princeza

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simple past and present perfect
the student identify the diferent verbs and may be, the student can use in your vocabulary.

Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Author:Grenilyn barquero lazo

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Past Simple or Present Perfect Simple
Ss have to decide whether the adverb is used with Past simple or Present Perfect Simple

Level: elementary
Age: 8-100
Author:Jelena

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