The difference between Perfect Tense and Past Tense:
- Perfect tense > She has been an actress for 20 years (and she still is!)
- Past tense > She was an actress for 20 years (she is not an actress anymore!)
Write the past participle of the following verbs:
to dream to play to hold to rise to win to be
to do to laugh to think to forget to have
to move to read to happen to see to feel
Write the Perfect Tense with has or have and the past participle:
1. I (to dream) about you every night for two weeks.
2. Billy (to play) for Stoke City for two years next Saturday.
3. Until today, they always (to hold) their heads high.
4. For as long as anyone can remember, the sun always (to rise) in the East.
5. I just (to win) $100,000.
6. Joan and I (to be) together for 45 years.
7. you (to do) your homework?
8. I not (to laugh) so much for years.
9. Why don't we see John anymore? I thought you knew; he (to move) to Liverpool.
10. Did you like the movie? Honestly, I (to see) better ones.
11. you ever (to think) about becoming a lawyer?
12. Where is Liz? Don't tell me she (to forget) our date.
13. No wonder he always behaves so badly. He (to have) the most horrible childhood.
14. you (to read) today's paper?
15. I think this (to happen) to me at least ten times today.