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6 Present Perfect Language and Speaking Exercises

1 Present Perfect Questionnaire

 
  This is a  present perfect exercise and worksheet  for English language learners.   Students answer the questions with their own ideas and  using appropriate tenses. For the last two items, they write both questions and answers. 

Present perfect questionnaire speaking activity

Present perfect questionnaire (PDF)

2 Present Perfect: since or for ? (with answers)

 
  This is a  present perfect exercise  for English language learners to practice using “since” or “for”. Students use the time cues in the pictures to write complete sentences in the  the present  perfect tense. Click on the image below or the link to download the PDF file.

Present-perfect-grammar-since or for exercise

Present perfect: since or for ? (PDF)

3 Present Perfect: already or yet? (with answers)

 
  This is a  present perfect exercise  for English language learners to practice using “already” or “yet”. Students use the time cues in the pictures to write complete sentences in the  the present  perfect tense

Present perfect:already or yet grammar exercise

Present perfect: already or yet ? (PDF)

4 Present perfect: common experiences

 
  This is a  present perfect exercise  for English language learners to practice using the present perfect to talk about common experiences.

Present-perfect-speaking-common-experience

Present perfect: everyday experiences  questionnaire  (PDF)

5 Present Perfect: What has just happened ? (with possible answers)

 
  This is a  present perfect exercise  for English language learners to practice using the present perfect to talk about events that have just happened (a past event  affecting the immediate present). Students use the picture cues to write appropriate sentences.

Present perfect grammar: what has just happened speaking activity

Present perfect:what has just happened? 1 (PDF)

6 Present Perfect: What has just happened ? 2 (with possible answers)

 
  This is another  present perfect exercise  for English language learners to practice using the present perfect to talk about events that have just happened (a past event  affecting the immediate present). Students use the photos of actions/events  to write appropriate sentences.

Present perfect speaking activity: what hasjust happened

Present perfect:what has just happened? 2 (PDF)

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