Have a nice (Perfect) time with new homework! Today we have got five exercises to do. Once again, give the full answers, negatives and the full question forms.
As always: do not be afraid to make mistakes and have a lot of fun while doing your homework!
1) Insert in the blanks: ’ve done, has been, have come, ’s drunk, have lost, have bought, has thought.
- He _ never ____ the French wine.
- ____she ever _____ to India?
- I _______ it in a new way. I like it more.
- They ________ from Europe. They want to tell us what it is like there.
- You ___________ one more car!
- ___ he ever _______ about going abroad and not to another state?
- One more time we __________ our keys! Do you remember where I put my bag?
2) Write the answers in the positive:
- Have you ever been at Dream Theater concert?
- Has he gone to Canada?
- Have they made that strange Schrodinger’s box for their cat?
- Has she found her key?
- Has he begun his studies at the University?
- Has your dog hidden its toys?
- Have Ann and Fred got their prize?
3) Write questions:
- I have gone to London once in life.
- They have already forgotten their trouble; now they are happy.
- She has eaten the dessert by herself, and now she does not feel okay.
- We have caught our dream! We will never lose it.
- He has sold the house.
- You have thought about the wrong author, the one I have told you about is Spanish.
- I have broken your vase…
4) Change phrases to the negative ones:
- You have shot the animal.
- She has sold all of her dresses.
- I’ve read about him.
- We have met before.
- He’s sent the letters.
- Their car has run 20,000 miles.
- They have already known her before.
- I have given the wrong answer.
5) Choose the correct variant:
- I have never ridden/I never rode a horse.
- Have you already finished/Did you already finish?
- Did you meet/have you met him before?
- I have put/put the toys in the box.
- I have put/put the toys in the box yesterday.
- Did you make/have you made the right choice?
- How long have you been/were you to Rome?
- He has been/was to Italy for a week now.
Find out the grammar for this homework here.