Write the correct forms of the verbs. For the negative forms, do not use contracted forms. (I do not go, not I don't go)
PRESENT PERFECT AND PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS
1 I’m very tired. I (walk) too fast.
2 How many pages (write) today?
3 He’s hot and tired. He (run) all the way.
4 I (look) for mushrooms all day but I ( not find) any.
5 I (lose) my keys. (see) them?
6 You (drive) for hours. I will drive now.
7 I (not see) Tom today. Where is he?
8 I (mend) my scooter , that’s why my hands are all dirty.
9 We (walk) three Kilometres.
10 We (walk) quickly and we ‘re out of breath.
EX. 2 PRESENT PERFECT AND SIMPLE PAST
1 I can’t leave now because I (not finish) my work.
2 The newspaper (arrive)? Yes, Tom is reading it.
3 Where (spend) your holidays last summer?
4 We (miss) the train. We’ll have to wait for the next one.
5 I (live) in Manchester for two years then I (move) to London.
6 I can’t find my watch (you see) it?
7 My sister doesn’t like going to the cinema. She (never see) any films.
8 When (he buy) that book?
9 I’m very tired. I (just finish) the housework.
10 Last year my father (build) a new swimming pool.
1 If you give my dog a bone he (eat) it at once.
2 If I (win) the competition I would be very happy.
3 She (buy) a new house if she had the money.
4 If you had looked at the engine with care you (see) what the problem was.
5 The dog would not have barked if you ( not enter) the garden.
6 He (paint) his bicycle red if he had the paint.
7 If he (not recover) soon we’ll send for the doctor.
8 He (be) very angry if he had known about it.
9 If you lay the table I (make ) tea.
10 If (not leave) the door open the thieves wouldn’t have come in.
11 If I met your sister I (not speak) to her.
12 If your mother sees you now she (be) very angry.