- Present perfect
- Present perfect passive
- Past simple
- Phrasal verbs
I was born _____ 1974.
I’ve been a journalist _____ two years.
I waited for you _____ hours.
She left university three years _____.
He’s lived abroad _____ 1990.
They got acquainted with each other _____ last year.
Have you _____ been to China?
Don’t worry about phoning him because I’ve _____ done it.
I haven’t finished my lunch _____ .
I’ve not _____ been skiing, but I’d like to try it.
I can’t come out because I’ve _____ washed my hair.
Have you met our new teacher _____?
I’m delighted because I’ve been _____ a pay rise.
The director’s children _____.
have been kidnapped
They’re really angry because someone _____ their car.
has been damaged
She’s going to be late because her plane _____.
has been delayed
He _____ to a senior designer.
has been promoted
Hundreds of people _____ for the jobs.
have been applied
Four people _____ in a train crash.
have been killed
Local police _____ the bank robber.
have been arrested
Floods _____ serious damage.
have been caused
My job application _____.
haven’t been accepted
hasn’t been accepted
The workers _____ a new representative.
have been elected
An occupation which gives opportunities for promotion is a/an _____ .
A document which lists your personal and professional details is a(n) _____ .
A person who has reached an age where they no longer work is _____ .
When you want to leave a job, you have to give your _____ .
If you have the right talents and experience for a job, then you are _____ for it.
When you try and get a job, you usually have to complete a/an _____ form.
If an employee is no longer needed, he or she can be made _____ .
You can often find about a new job by a/an _____ in a newspaper.
If an employer is interested in meeting you, you will be asked to come to a/an _____ .
Tom’s just _____ to the area manager of Eastern Europe.
I _____ for a new job.
How many times _____ redundant?
have you been made
have you made
Bob’s wife _____ her job.
has been lost
My father _____ early retirement.
has been taken
My brother _____ the sack. His boss said he was lazy.
has been given
The number of people out of work _____ to nearly 3 million.
have been risen
has been risen
A strike _____ by the air traffic controllers.
has been called
They ______ more money by the management.
haven’t been offered
How much money _____ for your retirement?
have you been saved
have you saved
The factory workers are _____ strike because they want more money.
Thousands of people are _____ work in this town. It’s really difficult to get a job.
I got a cheque _____ a hundred pounds this morning.
You’re really annoying me. You’re doing it _____ purpose, aren’t you?
Can you tell the difference _____ butter and margarine.
There have been a lot of complaints _____ your behavior.
You are always _____ trouble because you don’t listen to anybody.
I’m fed up _____ cooking. Let’s eat _____ for a change.
in / out
on / now
with / out
at / out
How much do you spend a week _____ average?
Watch your step with Dad. He’s _____ a terrible mood.
Could you take a photo _____ me, please?
I had a crash this morning. Fortunately, I didn’t do much damage _____ my car.
‘He’s _____ on holiday.’
Where have you ____? You’re so brown!
‘Are you going to the shops this afternoon?’
‘No, I’ve already ____ . I went this morning.’
‘Can I speak to Jenny, please?’
‘I’m afraid she’s _____ to lunch. Can I take a message?’
I’ve never _____ to Australia, but I’d like to go.
‘When’s your holiday?’
‘We’ve already _____ . We went to France.’
‘Where’s Harry these days?’
‘Didn’t you know? He’s _____ to another company.’
The Prime Minister of Italy ____ .
has been resigned
A new prime minister _____ .
has been elected
The Italian people ____ of his resignation on television yesterday evening.
have been told
I _____ my glasses. _____ them anywhere?
have been lost / Have you seen
lost / Have you seen
have lost / Did you see
lost / Did you see
“Where _____ Liz _____ on holiday?”
“She’s in Paris.”
did / went
has / been
did / go
has / gone
“She went to Paris.”
“____ John ever ____ to Paris?”
“Oh, yes. Five times.”
Did / go
Has / gone
Has / been
Does / go
The police _____ the public that the man is dangerous.
have been warned
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