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5B: Unit 2
1. Yes. Yes, I’ve ridden a horse.
No. No, I’ve never ridden a horse.
2. Yes. Yes, I’ve spoken to a pop star.
No. No, I’ve never spoken to a pop star.
3. No. No, I’ve never seen a princess.
Yes. Yes, I’ve seen a princess.
4. Yes. Yes, I’ve swum in a swimming pool.
No. No, I’ve never swum in a swimming pool.
5. No. No, I’ve never driven a car.
Yes. Yes, I’ve driven a car.
6. Yes. Yes, I’ve played basketball.
No. No, I’ve never played basketball.
7. Yes. Yes, I’ve sung in the hall.
No. No, I’ve never sung in the hall.
8. Yes. Yes, I’ve seen a bee.
9. No. No, I’ve never flown on a plane.
Yes. Yes, I’ve flown on a plane.
10. Yes. Yes, I’ve ridden a camel.
No. No, I’ve never ridden a camel.
Have you ever driven a school bus ? 11. Yes. Yes, I’ve never driven a school bus.
Have you ever driven a school bus ? No, I haven’t driven a school bus. No.
Have you eaten the hot-dog ? Yes. Yes, I’ve eaten the hot-dog.
13. Have you brought a camera ? Yes. Yes, I have brought a camera.
Have you brought a camera ? No. No, I have never brought a camera.
14. Have you been to U.S.A. ? No. No, I have never been to U.S.A.
Have you been to U.S.A. ? Yes. Yes, I have been to U.S.A.
15. Have you eaten the steak ? Yes. Yes, I have eaten the steak.
Have you eaten the steak ? No. No, I haven’t eaten the steak.
Special things we have done. speak to a pop star see a princess ride a camel sing in a concert fly in a helicopter wear a costume take a photo of a cartoon.
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