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1 Universidad Santiago de Cali Present perfect Professor: Arturo Valderruten Vidal

2 We use the Present Perfect to say that one or more action(s) happened at an unspecified time before now. The exact time is not important. You CANNOT use the Present Perfect with specific time expressions such as: yesterday, one year ago, last week, when I was a child, when I lived in Bogotá, at that moment, that day, one day, etc. You CAN use the Present Perfect with unspecific expressions such as: ever, never, once, many times, several times, before, so far, already, yet, etc. REVIEW: Present perfect. Home. PastPresentFuture ?????? This is when the action(s) happened, we ignore the specific times or dates.

3 Nestor ___ (be) to France. was has been have been

4 I ___ (be) to San Andrés three times. was have been has been

5 We ___ never ___ (be) to Panamá. were - be have - been hasn’t - been

6 I think I ___ (see) that movie before. have - saw have seen has seen

7 He ___ never ___ (travel) by train. have - traveled has - traveled hasn’t - travel

8 Johana ___ (study) two foreign languages. has - studyed has - studied have - study

9 A: ___ you ever ___ (meet) her? B: No, I haven’t. Has - met Have - met Have - meet

10 You ___ (grow) since the last time I saw you. have - grow have - grown Hasn’t - grew

11 The government ___ (become) more interested in arts education. have - become has - become haven’t - became

12 Japanese ___ (become) one of the most popular courses at the university since the Asian studies program was established. have - became has - become have - become

13 My English ___ really ___ (improve) since I moved to Australia. have - improve has - improved have - improve

14 Man ___ (walk) on the Moon. have - walk has - walked have - walked

15 Our son ___ (learn) how to read. have - learned has - learned has - learn

16 Doctors ___ (cure) many deadly diseases. have - cure have - cured has - cure

17 Scientists ___ (split) the atom. have - splat have - split has - splitted

18 Anita and Mario ___ not ___ (finish) their homework yet. have - finish have - finished has - finished

19 Ivan ___ (master) Japanese, but he can communicate. haven’t - master hasn’t - mastered has - mastered

20 Beatriz ___ still not ___ (arrive). haven’t - arrive has - arrived hasn’t - arrived

21 The rain ___ (stop). We’ll need an umbrella. haven’t - stop hasn’t - stopped hasn’t - stoped

22 The army ___ (attack) that city five times. haven’t - attacked has - attacked hasn’t - attack

23 I ___ (have) four quizzes and five tests so far this semester. haven’t - have have - had has - had

24 We ___ (have) many major problems while working on this project. have - have have - had didn’t - had

25 She ___ (talk) to several specialists about her problem, but nobody knows why she is sick. have - talk has - talked haven’t - talked

26 ___ you ___ (be) to Mexico in the last year? have - be have - been has - was

27 I ___ (see) that movie six times in the last month. have - see have - seen has - saw

28 They ___ (have) three robberies in the last month. have - have have - had had - have

29 She graduated from university less than three years ago. She ___ (work) for three different companies so far. have - worked has - worked has - work

30 My car ___ (break down) three times this week. have – break down has – broken down has – break downed

31 I ___ (be) to Medellín during the last year. have – break down have – been has – break downed

32 I ___ (have) a cold for two weeks. has – had have – had had – have

33 Click on the past participle. She has been in England for six months.

34 Click on the past participle. Mary has loved chocolate since she was a little girl.

35 Click on the past participle. You have only seen that movie once.

36 Click on the past participle. Has Diana already seen that movie?

37 Click on the past participle. Many tourists have visited the castle of San Felipe in Cartagena.

38 Click on the past participle. I have been to Pereira.

39 Click on the past participle. How many times have you been to Popayán?

40 Click on the past participle. She has learned to speak English.

41 Click on the past participle. Cecilia has become very successful.

42 Click on the past participle. How has your sister done it?

43 Click on the past participle. They have never eaten there before.

44 Click on the past participle. You have changed so much!

45 Click on the past participle. I haven't changed at all.

46 Click on the past participle. She hasn't found the time yet.

47 Click on the past participle. We have seen this movie ten times.

48 Click on the past participle. I don't believe we have met. My name is David.

49 Click on the past participle. Have you cleaned your room yet?

50 Click on the past participle. She has never been so surprised.

51 Click on the past participle. Have you been able to sell your old photo camera?

52 Click on the past participle. I’ve sold my car for a very good price!

53 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. I have just the last one. (sell)

54 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. Sue has the glass. (break)

55 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. How has she it? (do)

56 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. Mom has just about it, and she is not pleased. (find out)

57 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. They have already. Let's go home. (win)

58 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. I have a special dish just for you. (make)

59 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. She hasn't her homework yet. (finish)

60 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. I have about it for a long time. (think)

61 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. You have sick since last week. (be)

62 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. Since when have you here? (be)

63 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. I have not quite myself since I had the accident. (be)

64 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. Kelly has cats since I can remember. (have)

65 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. Sophie has always shopping. (love)

66 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. Tomas has here since (live)

67 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. They eat fried ants in Santander? I’ve never insects! (eat)

68 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. Have you really for the test? (study)

69 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. Judy? It’s nice to see you again! We haven’t each other in ages! (see)

70 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. We’ve always spare keys, just in case. (have)

71 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. Have you ever a horse? (ride)

72 Click on the button and complete the sentence with the participle of the verb in parentheses. My girlfriend has never sushi. (try)

73 I’ve never ___ (be) to Egypt. was been being

74 Doctor, that patient has ___ (be) waiting for you during the last two hours. were been being

75 We’ve never ___ (be) so lucky. be been being

76 We’ve ___ (hear) the same news many times. heared heard hear

77 I’m afraid of heights, that’s why I’ve never ___ (travel) by airplane. have traveled traveled travel

78 My brother has ___ (study) French for two years. study studied studyed

79 A: Have you ever ___ (eat) Arabic food? B: Yes, I have. ate eaten eat

80 Your little girl has ___ (grow) a lot! grew grown grow

81 The company has ___ (become) more interested ecological issues. becomed become became

82 Our soccer team has ___ (become) one of the most popular after winning the Libertadores cup. became become becomed

83 We’ve ___ (study) a lot for the exam. had study studied studyed

84 They’ve ___ (destroy) a great area of virgin forest. had destroyed destroyed destroy

85 Claudia hasn’t ___ (learn) to be tidy. learn learned learnned

86 Antibiotics have ___ (be) helpful since Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin in being been be

87 Man has ___ (explore) very little of our oceans. exploring explored explore

88 Don’t stand up. You haven’t ___ (finish) our dinner yet. finish finished have finished

89 Steve has ___ (buy) a nice Swiss watch. buid bought buyed

90 Have you ___ (bring) the music for the party? bringed brought bring

91 The train hasn’t ___ (pass) here since past passed pass

92 I’ve ___ (write) many letters, buy they haven’t ___ (answer) one. write - answered written - answered written - answer

93 I haven’t ___ (play) tennis for a long time. had played played has play

94 We’ve ___ (learn) a lot with this software. learn learned learning

95 The snow on the poles has ___ (melt) during the last decades. melt melted melting

96 Have you ___ (speak) to the boss? speaked spoken speaking

97 I haven’t ___ (see) my family since I moved here. saw seen see

98 We’ve ___ (have) a lot of problems with the new computers. have had having

99 Since he started working for our company, our sales have ___ (improve) considerably. not improve improved improving

100 I’ve ___ (try) to sell my bike, but no one has ___ (call) yet. I guess I’m asking too much for it. tried – call tried – called try – called

101 I’ve ___ (read) this book three times. It’s excellent. readed read red

102 My mother has ___ (dance) a lot tonight. She looks very happy. dance danced dancing

103 Exit. Home. Result. The end.


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