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Click the correct negative form:
PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE (effect on present, or at any time until now)    or
PAST SIMPLE (action is over)
 
 Do you know Bert? - No, we  .
He canīt go to bed yet, he  his homework.
 I couldnīt find the house because I  the address.
When I was young, I  spinach at all. I hated it.
 Do you know London? - No, I  there yet. Iīd love to go one day!
I read the book last year, but I  it at all. It was so boring to read!
 He was badly hurt in his accident because he  a seat belt.
hang-gliding so far. Have you? - No! I wouldnīt dare!
 Dad  an instrument when he was a kid, but now he plays in a band!
Fred  his first driving test because he was so nervous. But that was a long time ago...
 We canīt play Scrabble yet, we  the table.
She  any vegetables when she was little - now she loves them!
 Mum doesnīt know about the fire. Dad  her yet.
Prehistoric man  electricity.
 She  out of bed yet, and itīs already half past ten!
 
 
 
 
 

 

       


 

 

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