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Present perfect or past simple? Correct the sentences that are wrong. Tom has broken his leg yesterday. They arrived about twenty minutes ago. She’s my.

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1 Present perfect or past simple? Correct the sentences that are wrong. Tom has broken his leg yesterday. They arrived about twenty minutes ago. She’s my best friend and I know her for ten years. I’ve never written a love poem. We’ve lived here since ten years and we like it. What time has my brother phoned? Have you ever worked in a restaurant? I haven’t played football since I was 11.

2 Present perfect or past simple? Tom broke his leg yesterday. They arrived about twenty minutes ago. OK She’s my best friend and I have known her for ten years. I’ve never written a love poem. OK We’ve lived here for ten years and we like it. What time did my brother phone? Have you ever worked in a restaurant? OK I haven’t played football since I was 11. OK

3 Explain the difference: 1. I’ve seen The Godfather. I saw the Godfather last night. 2. We’ve been married for five years. We were married for five years. 3.She’s been to Britain. She’s gone to Britain.

4 Make questions When / Barack Obama / born? How long / married / Michelle? How long / be / president of the US? How long / be / senator of Illinois? When / win / the election? When / meet / the Pope in Rome?

5 Compare these sentences: Chris has repaired his car. Chris has been repairing his car. Jeremy has been living in Verona for two months. Jeremy has lived in Verona all his life. I’ve written 12 messages this morning. I’ve been writing messages all morning.


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