English teaching exercises: present perfect 


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Present Perfect Fill-in-the-blank

 

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Present Perfect Fill-in-the-blank
by MWeed

Date: 23 - May - 2011
Level: intermediate
Age: +10

Description:
A fill-in-the-blank online exercise to practice irregular and regular verbs in the present perfect tense. Contractions may be used for negative answers or they may be written out.


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MWeed

Finland
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MWeed
Finland

Clarification          posted by MWeed 20110525
The exercise is set up so the student can write either the more commonly spoken contraction form- "havenīt"- and put a - in the next blank, or write out "Have (we) not" in two separate boxes. I did this to keep the word order correct. If the student uses the contraction, then they should put the - in the middle box. If they use the whole "we have not" form, then they need to put each word in a separate box. Hope this helps- thanks!


manuelanunes3
Portugal

Thanks for sharing :)          posted by manuelanunes3 20110524
I liked your online exercise but I think there are two word boxes empty...