The present perfect (or present perfect simple) is a tense in English to talk about actions or events in the present or very recent past. It’s important that you use this tense for events when there is a link between the past and the present.
On this page, you have an exercise about forming positive sentences, negative sentences, and questions in the present perfect.
You can find the exercise below:
Present Perfect Mixed Exercise 2
Complete these sentences by filling in the correct form of the present perfect.
1.He (already, to trick) me several times since getting here.
2.So far, I (not, to sleep) late this week.
3.(you, to hear) what he is saying about you?
4.I (not, to bake) a cake for my wife so far.
5.They (already, to run) four marathons together.
6.This car (to cost) a fortune. Then why (you, to buy) it?
7.My cousin (already, to drive) a rally car.
8.Since this morning, I (not, to hit) anyone.
9.The suspect (to leave) the building. (you, to see) him?
10.My friend (to draw) beautiful illustrations. (you, to see) them?
- Exercise 1
- Exercise 2
- Negative Exercise 1
- Negative Exercise 2
- Questions Exercise 1
- Questions Exercise 2
- Mixed Exercise 1
- Mixed Exercise 3
- Mixed Exercise 4
- Mixed Exercise 5