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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #19703: Present perfect
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    Present perfect


    We use present perfect to express an action that began in the past but still continues in the present . For this we use : already-since-for-yet....      

    Examples:

     -I have already done my exercises.

     -she hasn't made a cake yet .

     -we have lived in Algeria since 1927.

     -he has studied German for 6 years.

     Rule:

     have/has + verb + ed. If it is an irregular verb we put a past participle like for example : eat _ eaten

     

    Use contractions when possible.



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    1. Jemmy (fill) his bottle with water .

    2. The pupils (sharpen) their pencils.

    3. She (not post) the letters yet.

    4. My parents (buy) a new house .

    5. Oliver (not invite) lots of friends to the party.

    6. Mother (ask) me to phone you.

    7. My sister (make) up this parcel for you .

    8. I (lose) my address book .









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