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Present Perfect

Present Perfect

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Present Perfect Conjugate the verb in parentheses using the form indicated.

In the case of questions, use the indicated subject as well. 1. How long __________________ (he / live) in New Jersey? 2. Peter ___________________ (not play) baseball since 1987. 3. I ____________________ (speak) Russian for twenty years. 4. We ___________________ (not see) Tom since Christmas. 5. _____________________ (Alan / fly) in an airplane before? 6. Shannon ____________________ (not / go) to lunch yet. 7. Our class ______________________ (take) a field trip three times this year. 8. Where _______________________ (they / move) to? 9. Jennifer _______________________ (ask) that question four times today. 10. You _____________________ (not eat) lunch yet, have you? 11. Jason ____________________ (want) to move to New York since he was five years old. 12. How long _____________________________ (they / know) Peter? 13. Alexandra ___________________________ (work) for IBM since 2002. 14. Jeff _________________________ (buy) a few books this week. 15. Sally __________________________ (not read) that book yet. 16. ___________________________ (they / leave) for work yet? 17. Bill _________________________ (not / drive) very far today. 18. We _____________________________ (enjoy) eating seafood all of our lives. 19. ____________________________ (he /watch) the documentary yet? 20. I _____________________________ (not / finish) the job yet. Choose the correct time expression used with the present perfect tense. 1. They have lived in that house (since / for) ten years. 2. She has (just / yet) gone to the bank. 3. Franklin hasn't arrived in Boston (yet / already) 4. We have worked at this company (since / for) 2008. 5. Jason hasn't telephoned me (since / for) two weeks. 6. How (long / much) have you known Susan? 7. They've (already / yet) studied the past simple tense. 8. Our mothers have (just / yet) left for the station. 9. The President has traveled to more than twenty countries (since / for) he was elected. 10. Thomas hasn't had time to read the book (just / yet). 11. Alice has told me she's (yet / already) been to that park. 12. My daughter's (just / since) finished her homework. 13. Have they (already / yet) spoken to Mr. Peters? 14. I've (just / for) interviewed the best candidate for the job. 15. Our coach hasn't chosen the starting team (already / yet). 16. Bob and Tim have (already / yet) decided where they are going on vacation. 17. Have you purchased the new computer (just / yet)? 18. Sam has wanted to go to Japan (for / since) he was a little child. 19. Jason hasn't worked here (since / for) very long. 20. Our boss has (just / yet) hired a new engineer.

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