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Yet-Already-Just




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1) Look for the participles of the verbs below in the wordsearch:
look - see - sleep - watch - run - eat - have - write - like - Do - talk - dress - get - forget - make

2) Order the following sentences and write the words in tha gaps. You have to�write�the verb in the correct participle form:
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1-� (see) nurse mouse has The just� a� ����
2 - yet Laura� (try) her� hasn't mother's cake��
3 - car uncle already Michael's�(repair) the� has
4 - just George�(buy) a has car�
5 - yet Arthur and Susan� (get married) haven't� ��
6 - great just Martha�(have) a� has idea�
7 - (leave)�Paul� the already�has party
8 - hasn't� Mr. Wilson yet his (order) meal�
9 - asleep just Ron�(fall) has�
10 - something has Mary�� (forgot) just�
11 - the Have ? (make)� they experiment yet
12 - yet tree haven't the (plant)� They���
13 - (find) way Mathew ? the yet Has
3) Tick the true and/or correct sentences
1 -�"Yet" is always placed at the end of the sentence.
2 - "Already" is used in negative sentences.
3 - "just"�can be�used in the affirmative, negative and interrogative forms.
4 - I haven't already read the book.
5 - Lisa have just baked the cake.
6 - you have gone to school yet?
7 - My cousin has just bought a new car.
8 - The teacher hasn't corrected the exams yet.
9 - Have you�just had breakfast?
10 - The workers have already finished the project.
4) Write the correct form of the verb and the particle in each gap.�Some�admit different possibilities (write just one):�
1 - John has � to the jukebox....................(listen)
2 - The band hasn't��that song �........................�(play)
3 - Somebody has �an egg at Peter .............. (throw)
4 - Mrs Dawson has �her leg .......................... (break)
5 - Paul's mother hasn't �the present �............ (open)
6 - they �shopping ???........................... (go)
7 - Mrs.�Madigan up? .......................... (wake)