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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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Present perfect
Exercise to transform sentences into present perfect (with already)

Level: elementary
Age: 10-100
Author:aszar

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SENTENCE TRANSFORMATION
Here are some exercises to practice sentence tranformation on intermediate level.

Level: intermediate
Age: 11-100
Author:Kate

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5 exercises Present Perfect Simple for beginners
5 Simple exercises for children and adults to foster their knowledge.

Level: elementary
Age: 7-100
Author:Jelena

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Present Perfect
This lesson begins with examples of the present perfect tense. Students must guess the form and (1) meaning of present perfect. There are two possible meanings for present perfect and only one is taught in this lesson. There are two practice activities: sentence completion and discussion questions.

Level: intermediate
Age: 5-100
Author:David2009b

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Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous
An exercise on mixed present perfect and present perfect continuous tense.

Level: elementary
Age: 12-14
Author:lokyuen

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Look what you´ve done by Jet
A nice song to work with your students. It´s short but as a follow up I suggest writing stories in groups about it. Many versions will come up.It´s fun. Try it!The song is beautiful!

Level: elementary
Age: 12-100
Author: Maria Patricia Amaya

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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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PRESENT PERFECT - PAST SIMPLE negative forms
Click the correct form: students can choose Present Perfect Simple (hasn´t / haven´t ... ) or Past Simple (didn´t ...).

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

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Present perfect for recent actions
Compatible with Unit 8 "Reporting" TECHNICAL ENGLISH 1B (Bonamy and Jacques)Pearson Longman

Level: elementary
Age: 14-100
Author:Carina Finoli

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