EXERCISE 6 Present perfect vs. present perfect progressive. Directions: Use the present perfect or the present perfect
progressive. In some sentences,either tense may be used with little or no change in meaning.

1.
It(snow)____________________all day. I wonder when it will stop.

2. We
(have)_________________________ three major snowstorms so far this winter.
Iwonder how many more we
will have.


3.
It's ten P.M. I (study)________________for two hours and probably won'tfinish until midnight.


4. I
(write)______________________them three times, but I still haven't received
areply.

5. The
telephone (ring)__________________________four times in the last hour, and
eachtime it has been for my
office mate.


6. The
telephone (ring)_____________________for almost a minute. Why doesn'tsomeone answer it?


7. A:
(you, be)_______________________able to reach Bob on the phone yet?B: Not yet. I (try)______________________________for the last twenty minutes, butall I get is a
busy signal.


8. A:
Hi, Jenny. I (see, not)_____________________you for weeks. What (you, do)_______________________lately?B: Studying.Perfect and Perfect Progressive Tenses 43


9. A:
What are you going to order for dinner?

B:
Well, I (have, never)___________________________ vegetarian pizza, so I think
I'llorder that.

10. A:
What's the matter? Your eyes are red and puffy, (you, cry)_______________B: No. I just finished peeling some onions.


11 .
A: Dr. Jones is a good teacher. How long (he, be)____________________the university?B: He (teach) ___________________________ here for
twenty-five years.


12.
The little girl is dirty from head to foot because she
(play)_____________________in the mud.

EXERCISE
7

past:To make 2 sentences in affirmative, negative and
interrogative form using two regular verbs.To make 2 sentences in affirmative, negative and
interrogative form usingirregular verbs


past
progressive:To make 2 sentences
in affirmative, negative and interrogative form using two regular verbs.To make 2 sentences in affirmative, negative and
interrogative form using irregular verbs


Present
perfect: To make 2 sentences
in affirmative, negative and interrogative form using two regular verbs.To make 2 sentences in affirmative, negative and
interrogative form using irregular verbs


Present
perfect progressive:To
make 2 sentences in affirmative, negative and interrogative form using two
regular verbs.To make 2 sentences
in affirmative, negative and interrogative form using irregular verbs

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