English Test Simple Present – Present Perfect Progressive

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Bildung

Bilde die richtige Form (Pronomen + Verb).

  Simple Present Present Perfect Progressive
I / look
he / live
you / swim
she listen
they / take

Verwendung

Wann verwendet man welche Zeitform?

  1. 'never' ist ein Signalwort für …
  2. 'every Monday' ist ein Signalwort für …
  3. 'for eight months' ist ein Signalwort für …
  4. 'twice a week' ist ein Signalwort für …
  5. 'since yesterday' ist ein Signalwort für …

Positive Sätze

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

  1. My friend (travel) around Canada for five weeks.
  2. They (sleep) for more than 10 hours.
  3. She (visit) another museum every week.
  4. He (feed) his dog three times a day.
  5. The children (play) in the garden since they came home.

Negative Sätze

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

  1. We (see/not) each other very often nowadays.
  2. My little brother (learn/not) English for a year yet.
  3. They (play/not) for ten minutes, but the score is 5:1 already.
  4. My mum (work/not) on Tuesdays.
  5. My socks are smelly although I (wear/not) them for a complete day yet.

Fragen

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

  1. (go/you) by bus very often?
  2. Since when (ski/Betty) ?
  3. What time (have/he) dinner in the evenings?
  4. How long (rain/it) ?
  5. (work/you) at the hospital for a long time yet?

Text

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

  1. William and his parents (live) in Aberdeen for one year.
  2. Although William was a little afraid of moving to Aberdeen, he (have) many friends here now.
  3. Four of his best friends (go) camping every summer.
  4. This year, William (want) to go with them.
  5. The five boys (plan) their holiday for a few months now.
  6. They already (know) where to go and what to do.
  7. What they (need) now, is a little more money.
  8. William only (get) very little pocket money every month.
  9. That (be) not enough.
  10. To earn some extra money, he (deliver) newspapers for 6 weeks.