Studying the Present Perfect: An interesting exercise with the missing words
Present Perfect is a tense used to describe actions that happened in the past but have a connection or consequence in the present.
Scheme of formation of Present Perfect:
- auxiliary verb “have” (or “has” for the third person singular) + the main form of the verb ending in “-ed” (or the irregular form of the verb, past participle)
To improve Present Perfect skills, a practice exercise with missing words is offered for quick English learning. Do the exercise below to consolidate your knowledge and learn the Present Perfect. This exercise will help you understand the Present Perfect and learn how to use it correctly.
An exercise to consolidate knowledge about the Present Perfect tense