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Present Perfect Worksheets

Our Present Perfect worksheets are some of the most frequently downloaded in the collection.

You'll find worksheets covering:

  • Have you ever... (experiences)
  • For and Since
  • Unfinished and Finished Past
  • Already / Yet / Just

... and much more!

 

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Title: How long have you worked there?
Target Structure: Present Perfect Simple with For / Since
Level: Pre-Intermediate
Time: 45 minutes
   

Description:

 

The present perfect can be tough for students. However, this business handout will help them master the use of the tense for unfinished past, using 'for' and 'since'.

There is an opening gap-fill conversation followed by exercises practicing the target language. Your students will also have the opportunity to conduct a class survey, asking their classmates about their work history.

This worksheet is primarily for lower-intermediate level students.


Alternative British-English Version

 

     



 
Title: How long have you lived here?
Target Structure: Present Perfect Simple
Level: Pre-Intermediate
Time: 45 minutes
   

Description:

 

Are your students stumped by the Present Perfect? This worksheet looks at one of the more common uses, and will help them master the language with ease!

This handout looks at the difference between finished and unfinished states - in particular 'work' and 'live'.

There's a conversation, practice exercises and discussion questions at the end. It's an ideal way to build your students' accuracy and confidence with the target language.

This worksheet is written for lower-intermediate level classes.

     



 
Title: I haven't moved yet.
Target Structure: Present Perfect: Yet and Already
Level: Elementary +
Time: 45 minutes
   

Description:

 

Are your students confident when talking about things they've already done - or not done yet?

The Present Perfect can be tricky to teach (and understand!) but this worksheet is a great introduction to one of the more common uses!

There's a lead-in question, followed by a conversation, practice exercises and a role-play at the end.

It's perfect for elementary-level learners.




Alternative British-English Version

 

     



 
Title: My Cup of Tea
Target Structure: Present Perfect Continuous
Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Time: 60 minutes
   

Description:

 

This worksheet is a great way to build your students' abilities with the Present Perfect.

The topic is the benefits of tea. There's a reading, followed by controlled exercises on the Present Perfect Continuous.

The final two exercises give your students lots of speaking practice. There is a personalisation exercise, and then lots of discussion questions.

This worksheet is for intermediate-level students, but can be adjusted for other levels.


Alternative British-English Version

 

     



 
Title: Spot the Mistakes - Present Perfect
Target Structure: Present Perfect
Level: Elementary - Pre-Intermediate
Time: 30+ minutes
   

Description:

 

This is a great error-correction worksheet practicing the present perfect.

It's kept at a low level, so it's ideal for elementary students who have been introduced to basic uses of the tense - experiences, for since, etc.

The present perfect can be a rather serious topic. This worksheet is both fun, and easy to teach!


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