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Conversation ~ Present Perfect Tense ~ I just haven’t had the time
A. Do you like to swim? B. Yes, I do. But I haven’t swum for a long time. A. Why not? B. I just haven’t had the time.
1.Does Kathy like to go camping? 2.Do you like to read the newspaper? 3.Do Bob and Sally like to take dance lessons? 4.Do you like to see your friends?
A. Does Kathy like to go camping? B. Yes, she does. But she hasn’t gone camping for a long time. A. Why not? B. She just hasn’t had the time.
A. Do you like to read the newspaper? B. Yes, I do. But I haven’t read for a long time. A. Why not? B. I just haven’t had the time.
A. Do Bob and Sally like to take dance lessons? B. Yes, they do. But they haven’t taken dance lessons for a long time. A. Why not? B. They just haven’t had the time.
A. Do you like to see your friends? B. Yes, I do. But I haven’t seen my friends for a long time. A. Why not? B. I just haven’t had the time.
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