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Past simple or Present Perfect?
Choose the suitable form of the verb, then you can use these statements to write a job application letter, adding your own information.

Level: intermediate
Age: 14-100
Author:Graciela Sabadini

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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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present perfect and present perfect continuous
fill in the blanks

Level: intermediate
Age: 14-100
Author:ayįa ışık

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Test 1 Present Perfect
Present perfect. Affirmative, negative and interrogative form. Choose between past simple and present perfect.

Level: elementary
Age: 10-100
Author: Neda

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Present perfect
Exercise to practise present perfect with adverbs: just,yet, still, already. There are some exercises using the song I still havenīt found ... by U2 (Not very original, I know, but useful enough). One of the exercises includes recognising simple phonetic transcriptions. I hope you find it useful. Some pictures seem to be out of place in the preview, but they are OK when you open it. Sorry, but I donīt know how/if I can fix that.

Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Author:Isabel

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I still havenīt find what Iīm looking for - U2
A song to fiil in the gaps

Level: intermediate
Age: 11-100
Author: Cristina

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Present Perfect
Ss first decide if the verb is regular or irregular, they conjugate it in present perfect. Then they complete several mini-conversations. 3 skills: reading writing listening

Level: elementary
Age: 14-100
Author:sarevanemix

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Lance Armstrong - Survivor (present perfect vs. past simple)
Also see the worksheet on the same theme: http://www.eslprintables.com/printable.asp?id=351034#thetop This exercise is about the inspiring life-story of Lance Armstrong, who survived testicular cancer to win 7 Tours de France. It will reinforce when to use the present perfect or the past simple, (i.e. events with current relevance vs. finished past events). The students will also get practice in reading for detail. Note: Some of the questions have options which are wrong only because they donīt fit the context, for example "he has won..." instead of "he won...", because he might win again in the future. These potentially tricky questions are a good opportunity to highlight this aspect of the present perfect.

Level: intermediate
Age: 9-100
Author:occurinī

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Past Simple & Present Perfect Simple
10 sentences to revise Present Perfect Simple versus Past Simple.

Level: elementary
Age: 9-100
Author:Jelena

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PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE
THIS WORKSHEET DEALS WITH PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE AS WELL AS FOR AND SINCE.HOPE YOU FIND IT USEFULL!!BY CORINA

Level: intermediate
Age: 11-100
Author:Corina

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