English Test Simple Present – Present Perfect Progressive

Hier kannst du dein Wissen zum Present Perfect Simple – Present Perfect Progressive testen. Nach dem Lösen aller Aufgaben erfährst du, wie gut du diesen Test gemeistert hast.

Bildung

Setze die richtige Form ein (Pronomen + Verb).

  Simple Present Present Perfect Progressive
they / do
she / eat
you / sit
I / speak
he / write

Verwendung

Wann verwendet man welche Zeitform?

  1. 'for seven days' ist ein Signalwort für …
  2. 'since 6 o'clock' ist ein Signalwort für …
  3. 'often' ist ein Signalwort für …

Positive Sätze

Setze die richtige Zeitform ein (Simple Present oder Present Perfect Progressive).

  1. I (read) since two o'clock.
  2. He (meet) his friends after school every day.
  3. They (live) here for just three months.
  4. The weather here (be) really bad in winter.
  5. We always (get up) very late on Sundays.

Negative Sätze

Setze die richtige Zeitform ein (Simple Present oder Present Perfect Progressive).

  1. My parents (speak/not) English very well.
  2. We (watch/not) TV for four hours.
  3. She (play/not) tennis on Tuesdays.
  4. He (study/not) for his English test since he came home.
  5. You need a break? Already? We (cycle/not) for more than half an hour.

Fragen

Setze die richtige Zeitform ein (Simple Present oder Present Perfect Progressive).

  1. What time (start/you) school on Mondays?
  2. When (leave/the train) for Manchester?
  3. How long (wait/we) for him?
  4. (go/she) to school for six years now?
  5. (get/they) much homework at school each day?

Text

Setze die richtige Zeitform ein (Simple Present oder Present Perfect Progressive).

  1. Interviewer: Jane, how long (learn/you) English?
  2. Jane: I (learn) English for six years. It's one of my favourite subjects.
  3. Interviewer: What other subjects (like/you) ?
  4. Jane: I also (love) art and physical education.
  5. Interviewer: How often (do/you) sports per week?
  6. Jane: I (go) jogging every morning and I (play) in my schools basketball team for two years. We (train) three times a week.
  7. Interviewer: And what about art? (paint/you) a lot?
  8. Jane: Oh yes, I (paint) since I was just two years old.