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Vocabulary: Contractions Part 2 of 2 Copyright © 2012 Donna Barr All rights reserved by author. www.ESLAmerica.US “The English language website where everything has sound.
I haveI’ve I have read that book before. I’ve read that book before.
you haveyou’ve You have seen that movie in the past. You’ve seen that movie in the past.
he hashe’s He has received a diploma. He’s received a diploma.
she hasshe’s She has gotten married. She’s gotten married.
it hasit’s It has already eaten. It’s already eaten.
we havewe’ve We have studied since noon. We’ve studied since noon.
you haveyou’ve You have completed the job. You’ve completed the job.
they havethey’ve They have driven to the park. They’ve driven to the park.
who haswho’s Who has come over? Who’s come over?
would havewould’ve We would have come sooner if we had known. We would’ve come sooner if we had known.
could havecould’ve They could have walked without us. They could’ve walked without us.
should haveshould’ve I should have studied for the test. I should’ve studied for the test.
I hadI’d I had exercised before breakfast. I’d exercised before breakfast.
you hadyou’d You had left before the party ended. You’d left before the party ended.
she hadshe’d She had walked to the library during the storm. She’d walked to the library during the storm.
he hadhe’d He had fixed my bicycle before 5:00. He’d fixed my bicycle before 5:00.
we hadwe’d We had visited the Statue of Liberty while in New York. We’d visited the Statue of Liberty while in New York.
they hadthey’d They had taken the children to school before 8:00. They’d taken the children to school before 8:00.
Directions: You will hear 6 contractions or phrases. Click inside the blank box to type what you hear. When you are finished, click the large check mark on the right to check your answers.
you’ve they’ve we had we have she’s we’d 1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 3 4 5 6 he has they had they’d I’d we’ve she has
1 2 3 4 5 6 I’ve he had you have who has he’d could’ve
1 2 3 4 5 6 I have she’d I had it has you’d should have
1 2 3 4 5 6 could have would have you have should’ve who’s would’ve
1 2 3 4 5 6 it’s would’ve you’ve they have she had you had
he’s they’ve could’ve should’ve I’ve she had 1 2 3 4 5 6
Copyright © 2012 Donna Barr All rights reserved by author. www.ESLAmerica.US “The English language website where everything has sound.
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