- Present Perfect
- Past simple
- For, since
- Adverbs (slowly, carefully, just, still, too)
- Relative clause (who, which, that)
_____ to a rock concert?
Were you ever go
Have you ever been
Do you ever go
Have you ever go
I _____ the champion last week.
I love rock and roll. I _____ it all my life.
The Flash’s concert _____ fantastic 3 years ago.
I _____ all their records since then.
The Flash _____ together for over fifteen years.
He’s my sister’s son. He’s my _____.
I run in races. I’m a(n) _____.
In my job I wear the latest fashions. I’m a(n) _____.
I serve you drinks on a plane flight. I’m a _____.
I cook food for a restaurant. I’m a(n) _____.
The wedding was wonderful. The _____ looked beautiful, and the _____ was very handsome.
bridegroom / bride
niece / nephew
bride / bridegroom
sir / madam
He’s the man _____ Anna loves.
The film star gave a party _____ cost $10.000.
The man ______ you met at the party was a famous film star.
What’s the name of the woman _____ was wearing the gold dress?
You’re reading the book _____ I wanted to read.
There’s someone at the door _____ wants to speak to George.
I don’t like food _____ is very spicy.
That’s the dictionary _____ Bill gave me for my birthday.
Those are old cars _____ only take leaded petrol.
Do you like the people _____ Sarah invited to her party?
I called Tom at 10.00 in the morning, but he was _____ in bed.
It’s our anniversary today. We’ve been _____ for fifteen years.
Kate is very fussy about food. She _____ eats pasta and crisps.
She was very ill and _____ died, but fortunately, she got better.
“I hate ironing.”
“Me, _____. It’s so boring.”
I like all Russian novelists, _____ Tolstoy.
I met her on December 23, _____ before Christmas.
_____ I have finished this exercise. Thank goodness! It was so boring.
Sarah’s English is getting better. She _____ a lot of English since she _____ here.
learnt / has come
has learnt / has come
has learnt / came
learnt / came
Mike and Jack _____ here five months ago. They _____ in this city for five months.
came / have been
have come / have been
come / were
has come / has been
David can go to bed now. He _____ his homework.
Alison _____ in Chicago, but she would like to go there one day.
has never been
Peter _____ his work 3 hours ago.
I haven’t seen Keith _____ a while.
He and his wife have lived next to me _____ their son, Tom, was born.
I have known them _____ many years.
Anna has had a bad cold _____ the last few days.
I have written a letter _____ breakfast.
I’m looking after Tom today. He’s been at my house _____ 8.00 this morning.
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