Present Perfect Worksheets (Continued)


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Title
Getting Ready for Christmas
Target Structure
Yet / Already with Present Perfect
Level
Elementary / Pre-Intermediate
Time
30 minutes
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Description
You might not associate Christmas with the Present Perfect, but this is an ideal season to practice 'yet' (or 'not yet') for plans.

Have your students bought their presents yet? Have they decorated the tree?

This worksheet has conversation, controlled practice and role-plays. It's a great lesson for lower-level students in December!

 


 

Title
Julia's Vacation Preparations
Target Structure
Present Perfect for 'Yet' and 'Already'
Level
Elementary
Time
20 minutes
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Description
Julia's going on vacation soon, and needs help with her preparations!

This is a great way to practice yet and already with the Present Perfect for elementary students. A popular worksheet!

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Title
A Quick Irregular Verb Test
Target Structure
Past Simple / Present Perfect Irregular Verbs
Level
Elementary
Time
20 minutes
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Description
A one-page test of irregular past simple and present perfect verbs. Do you have students who never seem to learn these? You can threaten them with this!

Good for elementary and (too often, unfortunately) many intermediate students.


 


 

Title
One of the Best (Cards)
Target Structure
Superlative Adjectives & Present Perfect with 'Ever'
Level
Pre-intermediate
Time
20 minutes
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Description
Great conversation cards - easy to use, and your students will really get talking about some of their more memorable experiences. The structure is superlative plus present perfect.

It only takes thirty seconds to prepare ... an ideal quick filler for an overworked ESL teacher!

 


 

Title
The Present Perfect Gambler
Target Structure
Present Perfect / Past Simple
Level
Lower Intermediate
Time
30+ minutes
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Description
If you're looking for a light-hearted way of practicing the Present Perfect, this could be the answer.

This worksheet looks at differences between the Past Simple and the Present Perfect. Students need to bet some imaginary money depending on their confidence in their answers.

It's a great way to build accuracy with tenses.


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