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Present Perfect for recent actions

Reporting events

Form:

He (Reg.)

I

(Reg.)
She HAS DROPPED THE BALL.

You

HAVE DROPPED (STHG.)
It FALLEN(Irreg)

We

FALLEN.

They

(Irreg.)

- Read the sentences and write the corresponding number.

       
 
      =>        

 - Complete the sentences using present perfect simple and then match the with the corresponding image.

1. Paul  just  his car . WASH

2.I   my cell phone’s wallpaper. CHANGE

3. They   up a building. BLOW

4.Somebody   the window. BREAK

5.Some thieves   your car tires. STEAL

6.The builder  almost the wall. FINISH

 - What has happened to this boy?
Look at the accident slings and report the injuries. Use the words bellow each blank in order.
1.            2.
                         leg/ He/ broken/ has/ his  /playing football.           skate./  He/  from/ fallen/ his/  has
                 
3.             4.
                             has/ A dog/ him./ bitten                 He/ fallen down/ stairs./ has/ the
 
 

 

       


 

 

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