Englisch Test Present Perfect Simple – Present Perfect Progressive

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Bildung

Bilde die richtige Form (Pronomen + Verb).

  Present Perfect Simple Present Perfect Progressive
I / speak
he / write
they / do
you / swim
she / live

Verwendung

Wann verwendet man welche Zeitform?

  1. '5 times' ist ein Signalwort fürs ...
  2. 'for two hours' ist ein Signalwort fürs ...
  3. 'since 9 o'clock' ist ein Signalwort fürs ...

Positive Sätze

Setze die Verben in der richtigen Form ein (Present Perfect Simple oder Present Perfect Progressive).

  1. I (practise) the piano for 30 minutes.
  2. Bob (run) 10 km.
  3. The children (be) on holiday for six days.
  4. The dog (bark) since midnight.
  5. We (miss) the bus twice this week.

Negative Sätze

Setze die Verben in der richtigen Form ein (Present Perfect Simple oder Present Perfect Progressive).

  1. You (eat / not) up yet.
  2. He (speak / not) on the phone for half an hour, just a couple of minutes.
  3. They (work / not) since 5 o'clock. They just started an hour ago.
  4. We (know / not) them for a long time.
  5. She (hang / not) up all the pictures yet.

Fragen

Setze die Verben in der richtigen Form ein (Present Perfect Simple oder Present Perfect Progressive).

  1. How long (wait / she) for us?
  2. How many times (tell / I) you?
  3. How often (clean / you) the windows this year?
  4. How many months (take / you) piano lessons?
  5. (stay / you / ever) in a castle?

Text

Setze die Verben in der richtigen Form ein (Present Perfect Simple oder Present Perfect Progressive).

  1. Tom: Hi Ana. I (try) to ring you several times today. Where (you / be) ?
  2. Ana: I (be) at home all the time. But I (clean) the house all day, so maybe I didn't hear the phone ring.
  3. Tom: (you / clean) everything now?
  4. Ana: No, not yet. I (tidy / not) up the kitchen yet. But why are you here?
  5. Tom: Don't you remember? Jane (invited) us to her birthday party and we (buy / not) a present for her yet.
  6. Ana: Oh, that's right. (you / find out / already) what she wants?
  7. Tom: Well, she (learn) Spanish for a year and wants to spend her next holiday in Mexico. Maybe we could get her a guide book.
  8. Ana: That's a good idea. There is a good bookshop in the big shopping centre. I (see) some nice books about Mexico there recently.