Present perfect tense exercise

March 8, 2012pdf

Choose the correct time expression used with the present perfect tense.

1. We have lived in this city ………………………… fifteen years. (since / for)

2. She has not ……………………. returned from school. (yet / just)

3. Jane has ………………………. gone out. (just / yet)

4. You have not returned my money ………………………. (already / yet)

5. James has …………………….. arrived in London. (already / yet)

6. I have …………………….. had a call from your mother. (yet / just)

7. She has worked with me ……………………… 2008. (since / for)

8. I haven’t seen him ……………………. two weeks. (since / for)

9. How …………………….. have you known him? (long / much)

10. I have ……………………. completed my homework. (already / yet)

Answers

1. We have lived in this city for fifteen years.

2. She has not yet returned from school.

3. Jane has just gone out.

4. You have not returned my money yet.

5. James has already arrived in London.

6. I have just had a call from your mother.

7. She has worked with me since 2008.

8. I haven’t seen him for two weeks.

9. How long have you known him?

10. I have already completed my homework.

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