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Grammar Exercises - Pre-Intermediate Level

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Present Perfect

Past Simple or Present Perfect Gap Fill
Which of these two tenses should you use to complete each of these sentences?
Exercise Number: 2G11

Past Simple or Present Perfect Gap Fill 2
Further practice of the difference between past simple and present perfect.
Exercise Number: 2G12

Present Perfect & Past Simple: Right or Wrong?
Which of these sentences are correct and which contain errors?
Exercise Number: 2G13

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Present Perfect & Past Simple: Right or Wrong? 2
Another exercise where you need to find which of these sentences are correct and which contain errors?
Exercise Number: 2G14

Been or Gone?
These words often cause confusion when used in present perfect sentences. This exercise will help you see the difference between them.
Exercise Number: 2G2

Been or Gone Error Exercise
Look how 'been' and 'gone' are used in these sentences. Is each sentence correct or not?
Exercise Number: 2G70

For/Since Gap Fill
Many students get confused about the difference between "for" and "since". This exercise should help you see the difference.
Exercise Number: 2G3

For/Since Error Exercise
Look at these sentences in the present perfect. Are "for" and "since" being used correctly or not?
Exercise Number: 2G71

For/Since Exercise
For each time expression, choose to use either "for" or "since".
Exercise Number: 2G4

Finished or Unfinished Time
For each time expression, decide if it refers to finished or unfinished time. Practice for past simple and present perfect.
Exercise Number: 2G23

Just, Yet, Already Error Exercise
These sentences use either 'just', 'yet' or 'already'. Are they correct or not?
Exercise Number: 2G72

The Old Colonel
Read about the colonel's life, then use the present perfect to complete questions about him based on the text.
Exercise Number: 2G30

Present Perfect - Short Answer Matching Exercise
Choose the correct short answer to complete each sentence.
Exercise Number: 2G68

Just, Yet, Already
Choose the best of these words to fill in the spaces in each sentence.
Exercise Number: 2G7

Past Simple or Present Perfect: George Richards, Film-Maker
Read this text about someone who makes movies for a living, then complete the spaces using either the past simple or the present perfect.
Exercise Number: 2G25

Past Simple or Present Perfect: George Richards, Film-Maker 2
This is an interview with George which you have to complete using either the past simple or the present perfect.
Exercise Number: 2G26

Present Perfect: Extra Word Exercise
Find the extra word in these sentences that all use the Present Perfect.
Exercise Number: 2G80

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