present perfect simple or present perfect continuous ... perfect simple or present perfect...

Download Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Continuous ...  Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Continuous Worksheet 1 Choose Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Continuous 1. I’ve bought / have been buying a

Post on 16-Mar-2018

222 views

Category:

Documents

8 download

Embed Size (px)

TRANSCRIPT

  • www.grammarbank.com

    Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Continuous

    Worksheet 1

    Choose Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Continuous

    1. Ive bought / have been buying a brand new car.

    2. Have you finished / Have you been finishing eating your sandwich yet?

    3. I have been cleaning / have cleaned all day and I still have work to do.

    4. Theyve completed / have been completing the first lap of the race.

    5. Now that Ive been reading / have read this book, I can take it back to the library.

    6. How many pages have you been writing / have you written since this morning?

    7. Has the train arrived / has the train been arriving?

    8. I have been reading / have read all day; yet, I am still on the first chapter.

    9. Oh, no! There isnt any chocolate left in the fridge. My sister has been eating / has

    eaten it all.

    10. How long have you known / have you been knowing Peter?

    11. You really look so exhausted nowadays; you have been working / have worked too

    much lately.

    12. I am sorry but I have lost / have been losing my key again.

    13. I havent seen / havent been seeing you for ages.

    14. I think you should take a break; you have been running / have run for a long time.

    Copyright GrammarBank.com 2013 All Rights Reserved.May be freely copied for personal or classroom use

    http://www.grammarbank.com/

  • Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Continuous

    Worksheet 1

    Answers:

    1. Ive bought a brand new car.

    2. Have you finished eating your sandwich yet?

    3. I have been cleaning all day; however, I still have work to do.

    4. Theyve completed the first lap of the race.

    5. Now that I have read this book, I can take it back to the library.

    6. How many pages have you written since this morning?

    7. Has the train arrived?

    8. I have been reading all day; yet, I am still on the first chapter.

    9. Oh, no! There isnt any chocolate left in the fridge. My sister has eaten it all.

    10. How long have you known Peter?

    11. You really look so exhausted nowadays; you have been working too much lately.

    12. I am sorry but I have lost my key again.

    13. I havent seen you for ages.

    14. I think you should take a break; you have been running for a long time.

    Copyright GrammarBank.com 2013 All Rights Reserved.May be freely copied for personal or classroom use