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Present perfect BEEN or GONE ????
An exercise to revise the difference between been(to) and gone(to)!!!

Level: intermediate
Age: 11-100
Author:taniou

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Worksheet
Exercises about present perfect and correlated grammar.

Level: intermediate
Age: 14-100
Author:Emanuela Cantoni

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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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present perfect affirmative
Itīs my worksheet on line. Our students can practise the present perfect

Level: elementary
Age: 12-100
Author:isabel

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What can I do The corrs - present perfect vs past simple
A song to practice the present perfect and past simple. Enjoy!

Level: elementary
Age: 10-100
Author:mmedugazon

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Have they been somewhere or gone somewhere ?
Two easy exercises to practise "have been " or "have gone" + short explanations

Level: elementary
Age: 12-100
Author:funkyhead24

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What have you done?
Exercises with Present Perfect

Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Author:Edite Tentere

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Present (simple, continuous, perfect) and Past (simple)
I have used this as a test (present simple, continuous, perfect and past simple). But focus is mostly on past simple and present perfect. Present simple and present continuous are there only to make it more " exating" :) This could be a great exercise (training, test) for past simple and present perfect for intermediate and advanced learners.

Level: intermediate
Age: 11-100
Author:sunnish

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Mixed present perfect tense exercises
Mixed FCE present perfect tense grammar worksheet

Level: intermediate
Age: 14-100
Author: Oliver Smith

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Second year Written test
A short test for students in the second year. It includes tenses, some any, question making and reading comprehension.

Level: elementary
Age: 10-100
Author:Claudia Tournier

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