"Карточки для закрепления и отработки грамматических времён Past Simple и Present Perfect"

Автор: Сачаво Анна Александровна
Должность: учитель английского языка
Учебное заведение: ГБОУ Школа №1347
Населённый пункт: Москва
Наименование материала: дидактический материал (20 карточек)
Тема: "Карточки для закрепления и отработки грамматических времён Past Simple и Present Perfect"
Дата публикации: 16.06.2016







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№1. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: (+) 1) I (to read) three books this month. 2) They (to arrive) at the railway station two hours ago. 3) Ben already (to see) this film. 4) They (to move) into a new flat last month. 5) Fred (to buy) a new computer game the other day. 6) Jane just (to water) the flowers. 7) It (to happen) yesterday. 8) I (to cook) dinner for my friends. 9) Jerry just (to lock) the door. 10) They (to meet) last Wednesday. №1. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: (+) 1) I (to read) three books this month. 2) They (to arrive) at the railway station two hours ago. 3) Ben already (to see) this film. 4) They (to move) into a new flat last month. 5) Fred (to buy) a new computer game the other day. 6) Jane just (to water) the flowers. 7) It (to happen) yesterday. 8) I (to cook) dinner for my friends. 9) Jerry just (to lock) the door. 10) They (to meet) last Wednesday. №1. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: (+) 1) I (to read) three books this month. 2) They (to arrive) at the railway station two hours ago. 3) Ben already (to see) this film. 4) They (to move) into a new flat last month. 5) Fred (to buy) a new computer game the other day. 6) Jane just (to water) the flowers. 7) It (to happen) yesterday. 8) I (to cook) dinner for my friends. 9) Jerry just (to lock) the door. 10) They (to meet) last Wednesday. №1. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: (+) 1) I (to read) three books this month. 2) They (to arrive) at the railway station two hours ago. 3) Ben already (to see) this film. 4) They (to move) into a new flat last month. 5) Fred (to buy) a new computer game the other day. 6) Jane just (to water) the flowers. 7) It (to happen) yesterday. 8) I (to cook) dinner for my friends. 9) Jerry just (to lock) the door. 10) They (to meet) last Wednesday. №2. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: №2. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect:
№3. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( ? ) 1) You ever (to travel) by ship? 2) He (to ride) a bike yesterday? 3) What you (to buy)? 4) You (to spend) all the money? 5) What film your sister (to watch) yesterday? 6) Andy (to write) a letter yet? 7) They (to build) this house last year? 8) Where you (to meet) Frank yesterday? 9) When your cousin (to move) into a new flat? 10) He ever (to see) a penguin? №3. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( ? ) 1) You ever (to travel) by ship? 2) He (to ride) a bike yesterday? 3) What you (to buy)? 4) You (to spend) all the money? 5) What film your sister (to watch) yesterday? 6) Andy (to write) a letter yet? 7) They (to build) this house last year? 8) Where you (to meet) Frank yesterday? 9) When your cousin (to move) into a new flat? 10) He ever (to see) a penguin? №3. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( ? ) 1) You ever (to travel) by ship? 2) He (to ride) a bike yesterday? 3) What you (to buy)? 4) You (to spend) all the money? 5) What film your sister (to watch) yesterday? 6) Andy (to write) a letter yet? 7) They (to build) this house last year? 8) Where you (to meet) Frank yesterday? 9) When your cousin (to move) into a new flat? 10) He ever (to see) a penguin? №3. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( ? ) 1) You ever (to travel) by ship? 2) He (to ride) a bike yesterday? 3) What you (to buy)? 4) You (to spend) all the money? 5) What film your sister (to watch) yesterday? 6) Andy (to write) a letter yet? 7) They (to build) this house last year? 8) Where you (to meet) Frank yesterday? 9) When your cousin (to move) into a new flat? 10) He ever (to see) a penguin? №4. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) №4. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? )
№ 5. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) It (to be) very cold yesterday. 2) I (not to see) him since 1987. 3) How many mushrooms you (to gather)? 4) The new school (to begin) working last year. 5) Where you (to put) the newspaper? I want to read it, but cannot find it anywhere. 6) You (to read) all the books on this shelf? 7) What books you (to read) when you (to live) in the country? 8) It (to happen) last month. 9) Ann (not to drink) coffee yesterday. 10) I (not to meet) my friends yet. № 5. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) It (to be) very cold yesterday. 2) I (not to see) him since 1987. 3) How many mushrooms you (to gather)? 4) The new school (to begin) working last year. 5) Where you (to put) the newspaper? I want to read it, but cannot find it anywhere. 6) You (to read) all the books on this shelf? 7) What books you (to read) when you (to live) in the country? 8) It (to happen) last month. 9) Ann (not to drink) coffee yesterday. 10) I (not to meet) my friends yet. № 5. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) It (to be) very cold yesterday. 2) I (not to see) him since 1987. 3) How many mushrooms you (to gather)? 4) The new school (to begin) working last year. 5) Where you (to put) the newspaper? I want to read it, but cannot find it anywhere. 6) You (to read) all the books on this shelf? 7) What books you (to read) when you (to live) in the country? 8) It (to happen) last month. 9) Ann (not to drink) coffee yesterday. 10) I (not to meet) my friends yet. № 5. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) It (to be) very cold yesterday. 2) I (not to see) him since 1987. 3) How many mushrooms you (to gather)? 4) The new school (to begin) working last year. 5) Where you (to put) the newspaper? I want to read it, but cannot find it anywhere. 6) You (to read) all the books on this shelf? 7) What books you (to read) when you (to live) in the country? 8) It (to happen) last month. 9) Ann (not to drink) coffee yesterday. 10) I (not to meet) my friends yet.
№ 6. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) I (not to see) my cousin since last year. 2) Why you (to leave) the door open? 3) It (to be) cold last week. 4) It (not to rain) this week. 5) She (not to read) a newspaper yesterday. 6) I (not to read) a newspaper today. 7) How many plays Shakespeare (to write)? 8) My grandparents (to get) married in London. 9) Mary isn’t at home. She (to go) shopping. 10) You (to see) the news on television last night? № 6. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) I (not to see) my cousin since last year. 2) Why you (to leave) the door open? 3) It (to be) cold last week. 4) It (not to rain) this week. 5) She (not to read) a newspaper yesterday. 6) I (not to read) a newspaper today. 7) How many plays Shakespeare (to write)? 8) My grandparents (to get) married in London. 9) Mary isn’t at home. She (to go) shopping. 10) You (to see) the news on television last night? № 6. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) I (not to see) my cousin since last year. 2) Why you (to leave) the door open? 3) It (to be) cold last week. 4) It (not to rain) this week. 5) She (not to read) a newspaper yesterday. 6) I (not to read) a newspaper today. 7) How many plays Shakespeare (to write)? 8) My grandparents (to get) married in London. 9) Mary isn’t at home. She (to go) shopping. 10) You (to see) the news on television last night? № 6. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) I (not to see) my cousin since last year. 2) Why you (to leave) the door open? 3) It (to be) cold last week. 4) It (not to rain) this week. 5) She (not to read) a newspaper yesterday. 6) I (not to read) a newspaper today. 7) How many plays Shakespeare (to write)? 8) My grandparents (to get) married in London. 9) Mary isn’t at home. She (to go) shopping. 10) You (to see) the news on television last night?
№ 7. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) Jenny (to leave) school. 2) She (not to wash) up yet. 3) Where you (to be) yesterday? 4) Frank (to buy) a new car two weeks ago. 5) I (to buy) a new car. Do you want to see it? 6) I (to lose) my key. I can’t find it anywhere. 7) We (not to perform) on the stage last month. 8) We (to travel) around Europe last year. 9) Where you (to spend) your holidays? 10) She never (to visit) this place. № 7. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) Jenny (to leave) school. 2) She (not to wash) up yet. 3) Where you (to be) yesterday? 4) Frank (to buy) a new car two weeks ago. 5) I (to buy) a new car. Do you want to see it? 6) I (to lose) my key. I can’t find it anywhere. 7) We (not to perform) on the stage last month. 8) We (to travel) around Europe last year. 9) Where you (to spend) your holidays? 10) She never (to visit) this place. № 7. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) Jenny (to leave) school. 2) She (not to wash) up yet. 3) Where you (to be) yesterday? 4) Frank (to buy) a new car two weeks ago. 5) I (to buy) a new car. Do you want to see it? 6) I (to lose) my key. I can’t find it anywhere. 7) We (not to perform) on the stage last month. 8) We (to travel) around Europe last year. 9) Where you (to spend) your holidays? 10) She never (to visit) this place. № 7. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) Jenny (to leave) school. 2) She (not to wash) up yet. 3) Where you (to be) yesterday? 4) Frank (to buy) a new car two weeks ago. 5) I (to buy) a new car. Do you want to see it? 6) I (to lose) my key. I can’t find it anywhere. 7) We (not to perform) on the stage last month. 8) We (to travel) around Europe last year. 9) Where you (to spend) your holidays? 10) She never (to visit) this place.
№ 8. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) You (to go) to the cinema last night? 2) David (to live) in Tokyo for five years, but he left in 1993. 3) The Titanic (to sink) in 1912. 4) Somebody (to steal) my bicycle! Now I have to walk home. 5) When Jerry (to finish) school? 6) He (not to have) lunch yet. 7) You ever (to hear) this song? 8) Ouch! I (to cut) my finger! 9) She (not to visit) the British Museum last week. 10) She (to choose) a present for her friend yet? № 8. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) You (to go) to the cinema last night? 2) David (to live) in Tokyo for five years, but he left in 1993. 3) The Titanic (to sink) in 1912. 4) Somebody (to steal) my bicycle! Now I have to walk home. 5) When Jerry (to finish) school? 6) He (not to have) lunch yet. 7) You ever (to hear) this song? 8) Ouch! I (to cut) my finger! 9) She (not to visit) the British Museum last week. 10) She (to choose) a present for her friend yet? № 8. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) You (to go) to the cinema last night? 2) David (to live) in Tokyo for five years, but he left in 1993. 3) The Titanic (to sink) in 1912. 4) Somebody (to steal) my bicycle! Now I have to walk home. 5) When Jerry (to finish) school? 6) He (not to have) lunch yet. 7) You ever (to hear) this song? 8) Ouch! I (to cut) my finger! 9) She (not to visit) the British Museum last week. 10) She (to choose) a present for her friend yet? № 8. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) You (to go) to the cinema last night? 2) David (to live) in Tokyo for five years, but he left in 1993. 3) The Titanic (to sink) in 1912. 4) Somebody (to steal) my bicycle! Now I have to walk home. 5) When Jerry (to finish) school? 6) He (not to have) lunch yet. 7) You ever (to hear) this song? 8) Ouch! I (to cut) my finger! 9) She (not to visit) the British Museum last week. 10) She (to choose) a present for her friend yet?
№ 9. Make up sentences using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) You/ ever/ live/ in Paris? 2) Kevin / live / in Boston / when / he / be /a child. 3) I/ never/ visit/ Louvre. 4) Jill/ not/ buy/ a computer/yet/ 5) When/ you/ finish/your work? 6) They/ write/ two letters/ this week. 7) Princess Diana/ do/ a lot of work for charity. 8) I/ lose/my keys/ yesterday. 9) It/ not/ rain/ this week. 10) What books/ you/ buy/ last week? № 9. Make up sentences using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) You/ ever/ live/ in Paris? 2) Kevin / live / in Boston / when / he / be /a child. 3) I/ never/ visit/ Louvre. 4) Jill/ not/ buy/ a computer/yet/ 5) When/ you/ finish/your work? 6) They/ write/ two letters/ this week. 7) Princess Diana/ do/ a lot of work for charity. 8) I/ lose/my keys/ yesterday. 9) It/ not/ rain/ this week. 10) What books/ you/ buy/ last week? № 9. Make up sentences using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) You/ ever/ live/ in Paris? 2) Kevin / live / in Boston / when / he / be /a child. 3) I/ never/ visit/ Louvre. 4) Jill/ not/ buy/ a computer/yet/ 5) When/ you/ finish/your work? 6) They/ write/ two letters/ this week. 7) Princess Diana/ do/ a lot of work for charity. 8) I/ lose/my keys/ yesterday. 9) It/ not/ rain/ this week. 10) What books/ you/ buy/ last week? № 9. Make up sentences using Past Simple or Present Perfect: ( + , - , ? ) 1) You/ ever/ live/ in Paris? 2) Kevin / live / in Boston / when / he / be /a child. 3) I/ never/ visit/ Louvre. 4) Jill/ not/ buy/ a computer/yet/ 5) When/ you/ finish/your work? 6) They/ write/ two letters/ this week. 7) Princess Diana/ do/ a lot of work for charity. 8) I/ lose/my keys/ yesterday. 9) It/ not/ rain/ this week. 10) What books/ you/ buy/ last week?
№ 10. Ask special questions to the underlined words: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) You read a newspaper yesterday. 2) We have seen Frank today. 3) He has drunk three glasses of juice today. 4) They played basketball in the gym yesterday. 5) He has found his keys. 6) Dan has cleaned the carpet. 7) Sally sent two letters last week. 8) The teacher explained a new grammar rule to us yesterday. 9) Ben invited a lot of friends to the party. 10) Jill has seen five films this week. № 10. Ask special questions to the underlined words: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) You read a newspaper yesterday. 2) We have seen Frank today. 3) He has drunk three glasses of juice today. 4) They played basketball in the gym yesterday. 5) He has found his keys. 6) Dan has cleaned the carpet. 7) Sally sent two letters last week. 8) The teacher explained a new grammar rule to us yesterday. 9) Ben invited a lot of friends to the party. 10) Jill has seen five films this week. № 10. Ask special questions to the underlined words: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) You read a newspaper yesterday. 2) We have seen Frank today. 3) He has drunk three glasses of juice today. 4) They played basketball in the gym yesterday. 5) He has found his keys. 6) Dan has cleaned the carpet. 7) Sally sent two letters last week. 8) The teacher explained a new grammar rule to us yesterday. 9) Ben invited a lot of friends to the party. 10) Jill has seen five films this week. № 10. Ask special questions to the underlined words: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) You read a newspaper yesterday. 2) We have seen Frank today. 3) He has drunk three glasses of juice today. 4) They played basketball in the gym yesterday. 5) He has found his keys. 6) Dan has cleaned the carpet. 7) Sally sent two letters last week. 8) The teacher explained a new grammar rule to us yesterday. 9) Ben invited a lot of friends to the party. 10) Jill has seen five films this week.
№ 11. Ask special questions to the underlined words: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) He travelled to Canada last month. 2) He watched four films last week. 3) The Browns have bought a flat. 4) They met Jill at the station. 5) Mrs. Davidson has burnt all her letters. 6) Somebody has stolen his case. 7) They went to the concert yesterday. 8) She invited Dan to her birthday party. 9) Frank has fried some chicken. 10) Robin has gone to the bank. № 11. Ask special questions to the underlined words: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) He travelled to Canada last month. 2) He watched four films last week. 3) The Browns have bought a flat. 4) They met Jill at the station. 5) Mrs. Davidson has burnt all her letters. 6) Somebody has stolen his case. 7) They went to the concert yesterday. 8) She invited Dan to her birthday party. 9) Frank has fried some chicken. 10) Robin has gone to the bank. № 11. Ask special questions to the underlined words: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) He travelled to Canada last month. 2) He watched four films last week. 3) The Browns have bought a flat. 4) They met Jill at the station. 5) Mrs. Davidson has burnt all her letters. 6) Somebody has stolen his case. 7) They went to the concert yesterday. 8) She invited Dan to her birthday party. 9) Frank has fried some chicken. 10) Robin has gone to the bank. № 11. Ask special questions to the underlined words: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) He travelled to Canada last month. 2) He watched four films last week. 3) The Browns have bought a flat. 4) They met Jill at the station. 5) Mrs. Davidson has burnt all her letters. 6) Somebody has stolen his case. 7) They went to the concert yesterday. 8) She invited Dan to her birthday party. 9) Frank has fried some chicken. 10) Robin has gone to the bank.
№ 12. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Он работал в школе 3 года назад. 2) Я не любил молоко в детстве. 3) Мой брат уже прочитал эту книгу. 4) Ты жил в этом доме в прошлом году? 5) Сэм потерял свою сумку. 6) Он убрал свою комнату? 7) Мы полили цветы 3 часа назад. 8) Они ещё не ушли в кафе. 9) Мы не видели тебя вчера. 10) Она только что отправила ему смс. № 12. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Он работал в школе 3 года назад. 2) Я не любил молоко в детстве. 3) Мой брат уже прочитал эту книгу. 4) Ты жил в этом доме в прошлом году? 5) Сэм потерял свою сумку. 6) Он убрал свою комнату? 7) Мы полили цветы 3 часа назад. 8) Они ещё не ушли в кафе. 9) Мы не видели тебя вчера. 10) Она только что отправила ему смс. № 12. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Он работал в школе 3 года назад. 2) Я не любил молоко в детстве. 3) Мой брат уже прочитал эту книгу. 4) Ты жил в этом доме в прошлом году? 5) Сэм потерял свою сумку. 6) Он убрал свою комнату? 7) Мы полили цветы 3 часа назад. 8) Они ещё не ушли в кафе. 9) Мы не видели тебя вчера. 10) Она только что отправила ему смс. № 12. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Он работал в школе 3 года назад. 2) Я не любил молоко в детстве. 3) Мой брат уже прочитал эту книгу. 4) Ты жил в этом доме в прошлом году? 5) Сэм потерял свою сумку. 6) Он убрал свою комнату? 7) Мы полили цветы 3 часа назад. 8) Они ещё не ушли в кафе. 9) Мы не видели тебя вчера. 10) Она только что отправила ему смс.
№ 13. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Мы путешествовали по Европе в прошлом году. 2) Я не видел его 2 месяца. 3) Дождь прекратился. 4) Где ты провёл прошлое лето? 5) Мы никогда не посещали Британский музей. 6) Когда она встретила своих друзей? 7) Сэм только что встретил своего учителя. 8) Он когда-нибудь был в Нью-Йорке? 9) Бен не позвонил мне вчера. 10) Урок уже начался? № 13. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Мы путешествовали по Европе в прошлом году. 2) Я не видел его 2 месяца. 3) Дождь прекратился. 4) Где ты провёл прошлое лето? 5) Мы никогда не посещали Британский музей. 6) Когда она встретила своих друзей? 7) Сэм только что встретил своего учителя. 8) Он когда-нибудь был в Нью-Йорке? 9) Бен не позвонил мне вчера. 10) Урок уже начался? № 13. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Мы путешествовали по Европе в прошлом году. 2) Я не видел его 2 месяца. 3) Дождь прекратился. 4) Где ты провёл прошлое лето? 5) Мы никогда не посещали Британский музей. 6) Когда она встретила своих друзей? 7) Сэм только что встретил своего учителя. 8) Он когда-нибудь был в Нью-Йорке? 9) Бен не позвонил мне вчера. 10) Урок уже начался? № 13. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Мы путешествовали по Европе в прошлом году. 2) Я не видел его 2 месяца. 3) Дождь прекратился. 4) Где ты провёл прошлое лето? 5) Мы никогда не посещали Британский музей. 6) Когда она встретила своих друзей? 7) Сэм только что встретил своего учителя. 8) Он когда-нибудь был в Нью-Йорке? 9) Бен не позвонил мне вчера. 10) Урок уже начался?
№ 14. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Сколько книг ты прочитал в этом году? 2) Моя бабушка вырастила много овощей в прошлом году. 3) Мои часы остановились. 4) Он не отмечал свой день рождения в прошлом году. 5) Джейн ещё не выучила стихотворение. 6) Сколько уроков ты пропустил на прошлой неделе? 7) Спасибо, мы уже пообедали. 8) Твоя сестра прочитала этот журнал? 9) Я дал твой диск своему другу вчера. 10) Моя сестра не закрыла дверь на ключ вчера утром. № 14. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Сколько книг ты прочитал в этом году? 2) Моя бабушка вырастила много овощей в прошлом году. 3) Мои часы остановились. 4) Он не отмечал свой день рождения в прошлом году. 5) Джейн ещё не выучила стихотворение. 6) Сколько уроков ты пропустил на прошлой неделе? 7) Спасибо, мы уже пообедали. 8) Твоя сестра прочитала этот журнал? 9) Я дал твой диск своему другу вчера. 10) Моя сестра не закрыла дверь на ключ вчера утром. № 14. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Сколько книг ты прочитал в этом году? 2) Моя бабушка вырастила много овощей в прошлом году. 3) Мои часы остановились. 4) Он не отмечал свой день рождения в прошлом году. 5) Джейн ещё не выучила стихотворение. 6) Сколько уроков ты пропустил на прошлой неделе? 7) Спасибо, мы уже пообедали. 8) Твоя сестра прочитала этот журнал? 9) Я дал твой диск своему другу вчера. 10) Моя сестра не закрыла дверь на ключ вчера утром. № 14. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Сколько книг ты прочитал в этом году? 2) Моя бабушка вырастила много овощей в прошлом году. 3) Мои часы остановились. 4) Он не отмечал свой день рождения в прошлом году. 5) Джейн ещё не выучила стихотворение. 6) Сколько уроков ты пропустил на прошлой неделе? 7) Спасибо, мы уже пообедали. 8) Твоя сестра прочитала этот журнал? 9) Я дал твой диск своему другу вчера. 10) Моя сестра не закрыла дверь на ключ вчера утром.
№ 15. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Посмотри! Он поранил руку. 2) Она живёт в Киеве с сентября. 3) Когда она сдала экзамен? 4) Мой лучший друг переехал в другой город 2 месяца назад. 5) Сколько времени вы здесь находитесь? 6) Я читал эту книгу дважды. 7) Кто видел Джона вчера? 8) Он послал письмо неделю назад, но я его ещё не получила. 9) Мы не ходили по магазинам вчера. 10) Он не забыл правило. № 15. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Посмотри! Он поранил руку. 2) Она живёт в Киеве с сентября. 3) Когда она сдала экзамен? 4) Мой лучший друг переехал в другой город 2 месяца назад. 5) Сколько времени вы здесь находитесь? 6) Я читал эту книгу дважды. 7) Кто видел Джона вчера? 8) Он послал письмо неделю назад, но я его ещё не получила. 9) Мы не ходили по магазинам вчера. 10) Он не забыл правило. № 15. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Посмотри! Он поранил руку. 2) Она живёт в Киеве с сентября. 3) Когда она сдала экзамен? 4) Мой лучший друг переехал в другой город 2 месяца назад. 5) Сколько времени вы здесь находитесь? 6) Я читал эту книгу дважды. 7) Кто видел Джона вчера? 8) Он послал письмо неделю назад, но я его ещё не получила. 9) Мы не ходили по магазинам вчера. 10) Он не забыл правило. № 15. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Посмотри! Он поранил руку. 2) Она живёт в Киеве с сентября. 3) Когда она сдала экзамен? 4) Мой лучший друг переехал в другой город 2 месяца назад. 5) Сколько времени вы здесь находитесь? 6) Я читал эту книгу дважды. 7) Кто видел Джона вчера? 8) Он послал письмо неделю назад, но я его ещё не получила. 9) Мы не ходили по магазинам вчера. 10) Он не забыл правило.
№ 16. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: 1) – When you (to go) to the cinema last? – I (not to be) to the cinema for a few months. 2) I (to make) a report at the seminar on Monday. You (to make) your report yet? 3) – Anybody (to see) her today? – Yes, I (to see) her an hour ago. 4) Let’s go home, it (to grow) dark 5) It (to be) dark when we (to come) home. 6) – You ever (to see) any plays by Alby? – Yes, I (to see) one last week. 7) – Your brother (to graduate) from the University? – Yes, he (to graduate) in May. 8) I (to pass) my last examination. 9) I (to pass) my English exam last week. 10) Moscow (to change) greatly for the last few years. № 16. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: 1) – When you (to go) to the cinema last? – I (not to be) to the cinema for a few months. 2) I (to make) a report at the seminar on Monday. You (to make) your report yet? 3) – Anybody (to see) her today? – Yes, I (to see) her an hour ago. 4) Let’s go home, it (to grow) dark 5) It (to be) dark when we (to come) home. 6) – You ever (to see) any plays by Alby? – Yes, I (to see) one last week. 7) – Your brother (to graduate) from the University? – Yes, he (to graduate) in May. 8) I (to pass) my last examination. 9) I (to pass) my English exam last week. 10) Moscow (to change) greatly for the last few years. № 16. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect 1) – When you (to go) to the cinema last? – I (not to be) to the cinema for a few months. 2) I (to make) a report at the seminar on Monday. You (to make) your report yet? 3) – Anybody (to see) her today? – Yes, I (to see) her an hour ago. 4) Let’s go home, it (to grow) dark 5) It (to be) dark when we (to come) home. 6) – You ever (to see) any plays by Alby? – Yes, I (to see) one last week. 7) – Your brother (to graduate) from the University? – Yes, he (to graduate) in May. 8) I (to pass) my last examination. 9) I (to pass) my English exam last week. 10) Moscow (to change) greatly for the last few years. № 16. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: 1) – When you (to go) to the cinema last? – I (not to be) to the cinema for a few months. 2) I (to make) a report at the seminar on Monday. You (to make) your report yet? 3) – Anybody (to see) her today? – Yes, I (to see) her an hour ago. 4) Let’s go home, it (to grow) dark 5) It (to be) dark when we (to come) home. 6) – You ever (to see) any plays by Alby? – Yes, I (to see) one last week. 7) – Your brother (to graduate) from the University? – Yes, he (to graduate) in May. 8) I (to pass) my last examination. 9) I (to pass) my English exam last week. 10) Moscow (to change) greatly for the last few years.
№ 17. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: 1) The (to live) in Canada for a few years and then they (to move) to Spain. 2) “You (to make) good progress in your English lately”, said the teacher. 3) The boss (to be) away the whole day today. 4) – What (to happen) to him? – He (to break) his arm yesterday. 5) – When you (to receive) a letter from your uncle last? – I (not to hear) from him since he (to leave) three years ago. 6) He (to be) President of the company ever since its foundation. 7) There (to be) a lot of disasters this year. 8) – The plane (to land)? – Yes, it just (to land). 9) – The postman (to bring) the mail? – Yes, he (to come) while you (to be) asleep. 10) It’s a nice dress. Where you (to buy) it? № 17. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: 1) The (to live) in Canada for a few years and then they (to move) to Spain. 2) “You (to make) good progress in your English lately”, said the teacher. 3) The boss (to be) away the whole day today. 4) – What (to happen) to him? – He (to break) his arm yesterday. 5) – When you (to receive) a letter from your uncle last? – I (not to hear) from him since he (to leave) three years ago. 6) He (to be) President of the company ever since its foundation. 7) There (to be) a lot of disasters this year. 8) – The plane (to land)? – Yes, it just (to land). 9) – The postman (to bring) the mail? – Yes, he (to come) while you (to be) asleep. 10) It’s a nice dress. Where you (to buy) it? № 17. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: 1) The (to live) in Canada for a few years and then they (to move) to Spain. 2) “You (to make) good progress in your English lately”, said the teacher. 3) The boss (to be) away the whole day today. 4) – What (to happen) to him? – He (to break) his arm yesterday. 5) – When you (to receive) a letter from your uncle last? – I (not to hear) from him since he (to leave) three years ago. 6) He (to be) President of the company ever since its foundation. 7) There (to be) a lot of disasters this year. 8) – The plane (to land)? – Yes, it just (to land). 9) – The postman (to bring) the mail? – Yes, he (to come) while you (to be) asleep. 10) It’s a nice dress. Where you (to buy) it? № 17. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: 1) The (to live) in Canada for a few years and then they (to move) to Spain. 2) “You (to make) good progress in your English lately”, said the teacher. 3) The boss (to be) away the whole day today. 4) – What (to happen) to him? – He (to break) his arm yesterday. 5) – When you (to receive) a letter from your uncle last? – I (not to hear) from him since he (to leave) three years ago. 6) He (to be) President of the company ever since its foundation. 7) There (to be) a lot of disasters this year. 8) – The plane (to land)? – Yes, it just (to land). 9) – The postman (to bring) the mail? – Yes, he (to come) while you (to be) asleep. 10) It’s a nice dress. Where you (to buy) it?
№ 18. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect 1) I (not to hear) what you (to say). 2) She (to live) here for/ since many years and she loves it. 3) I (to teach) in a primary school for/ since a few years but I didn’t really enjoy it. 4) He (to work) in this factory for/ since he left school. 5) He (to be) asleep for/ since about ten hours. I’m sure he’ll wake up soon. 6) I (to have) this bike for/ since I was a teenager and I still use it. 7) We (to study) French at school for/ since five years but we didn’t learn very much. 8) He (not to be) smoking for/ since two years, but then he started again. 9) I don’t think this is news to you, you (to know) about it for a long time. 10) They (not to eat) meat for/ since they saw that film about farm animals. № 18. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: 1) I (not to hear) what you (to say). 2) She (to live) here for/ since many years and she loves it. 3) I (to teach) in a primary school for/ since a few years but I didn’t really enjoy it. 4) He (to work) in this factory for/ since he left school. 5) He (to be) asleep for/ since about ten hours. I’m sure he’ll wake up soon. 6) I (to have) this bike for/ since I was a teenager and I still use it. 7) We (to study) French at school for/ since five years but we didn’t learn very much. 8) He (not to be) smoking for/ since two years, but then he started again. 9) I don’t think this is news to you, you (to know) about it for a long time. 10) They (not to eat) meat for/ since they saw that film about farm animals. № 18. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: 1) I (not to hear) what you (to say). 2) She (to live) here for/ since many years and she loves it. 3) I (to teach) in a primary school for/ since a few years but I didn’t really enjoy it. 4) He (to work) in this factory for/ since he left school. 5) He (to be) asleep for/ since about ten hours. I’m sure he’ll wake up soon. 6) I (to have) this bike for/ since I was a teenager and I still use it. 7) We (to study) French at school for/ since five years but we didn’t learn very much. 8) He (not to be) smoking for/ since two years, but then he started again. 9) I don’t think this is news to you, you (to know) about it for a long time. 10) They (not to eat) meat for/ since they saw that film about farm animals. № 18. Open the brackets using Past Simple or Present Perfect: 1) I (not to hear) what you (to say). 2) She (to live) here for/ since many years and she loves it. 3) I (to teach) in a primary school for/ since a few years but I didn’t really enjoy it. 4) He (to work) in this factory for/ since he left school. 5) He (to be) asleep for/ since about ten hours. I’m sure he’ll wake up soon. 6) I (to have) this bike for/ since I was a teenager and I still use it. 7) We (to study) French at school for/ since five years but we didn’t learn very much. 8) He (not to be) smoking for/ since two years, but then he started again. 9) I don’t think this is news to you, you (to know) about it for a long time. 10) They (not to eat) meat for/ since they saw that film about farm animals.
№ 19. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Ты сегодня видел Френка? Когда ты его видел? 2) Ты уже отправила письмо? Когда ты отнесла его на почту? 3) Ты уже купил подарок? Когда ты ходил в магазин? 4) Ты уже сдал экзамен? Когда ты его сдавал? 5) Британская делегация уже приехала? Когда они приехали? 6) - Вы смотрели этот фильм? – Да, я смотрел его несколько раз. 7) Они уже были на выставке? Когда они ездили туда? 8) Он уже встал? Когда он встал? 9) Собрание уже началось. Оно началось полчаса назад. 10) Это было давным-давно. Я давно знаю об этом. № 19. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Ты сегодня видел Френка? Когда ты его видел? 2) Ты уже отправила письмо? Когда ты отнесла его на почту? 3) Ты уже купил подарок? Когда ты ходил в магазин? 4) Ты уже сдал экзамен? Когда ты его сдавал? 5) Британская делегация уже приехала? Когда они приехали? 6) - Вы смотрели этот фильм? – Да, я смотрел его несколько раз. 7) Они уже были на выставке? Когда они ездили туда? 8) Он уже встал? Когда он встал? 9) Собрание уже началось. Оно началось полчаса назад. 10) Это было давным-давно. Я давно знаю об этом. № 19. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Ты сегодня видел Френка? Когда ты его видел? 2) Ты уже отправила письмо? Когда ты отнесла его на почту? 3) Ты уже купил подарок? Когда ты ходил в магазин? 4) Ты уже сдал экзамен? Когда ты его сдавал? 5) Британская делегация уже приехала? Когда они приехали? 6) - Вы смотрели этот фильм? – Да, я смотрел его несколько раз. 7) Они уже были на выставке? Когда они ездили туда? 8) Он уже встал? Когда он встал? 9) Собрание уже началось. Оно началось полчаса назад. 10) Это было давным-давно. Я давно знаю об этом. № 19. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Ты сегодня видел Френка? Когда ты его видел? 2) Ты уже отправила письмо? Когда ты отнесла его на почту? 3) Ты уже купил подарок? Когда ты ходил в магазин? 4) Ты уже сдал экзамен? Когда ты его сдавал? 5) Британская делегация уже приехала? Когда они приехали? 6) - Вы смотрели этот фильм? – Да, я смотрел его несколько раз. 7) Они уже были на выставке? Когда они ездили туда? 8) Он уже встал? Когда он встал? 9) Собрание уже началось. Оно началось полчаса назад. 10) Это было давным-давно. Я давно знаю об этом.
№ 20. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Ты уже заправил кровать? 2) Я купил новый дом месяц назад, но я ещё не продал свой старый. 3) Я не видел своего лучшего друга 2 месяца. Я скучаю по нему. 4) – Где ты нашёл этот нож? – Я нашёл его в саду. 5) Мэри в Японии уже два года. 6) Они жили во Франции в 2010 году. 7) Ты нашёл работу? 8) Я купил iPhone на прошлой неделе. 9) – Сколько раз вы были в Италии? – Я был там дважды. 10) Когда она вошла в комнату, она включила свет. № 20. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Ты уже заправил кровать? 2) Я купил новый дом месяц назад, но я ещё не продал свой старый. 3) Я не видел своего лучшего друга 2 месяца. Я скучаю по нему. 4) – Где ты нашёл этот нож? – Я нашёл его в саду. 5) Мэри в Японии уже два года. 6) Они жили во Франции в 2010 году. 7) Ты нашёл работу? 8) Я купил iPhone на прошлой неделе. 9) – Сколько раз вы были в Италии? – Я был там дважды. 10) Когда она вошла в комнату, она включила свет. № 20. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Ты уже заправил кровать? 2) Я купил новый дом месяц назад, но я ещё не продал свой старый. 3) Я не видел своего лучшего друга 2 месяца. Я скучаю по нему. 4) – Где ты нашёл этот нож? – Я нашёл его в саду. 5) Мэри в Японии уже два года. 6) Они жили во Франции в 2010 году. 7) Ты нашёл работу? 8) Я купил iPhone на прошлой неделе. 9) – Сколько раз вы были в Италии? – Я был там дважды. 10) Когда она вошла в комнату, она включила свет. № 20. Translate from Russian into English: (Present Perfect/ Past Simple) 1) Ты уже заправил кровать? 2) Я купил новый дом месяц назад, но я ещё не продал свой старый. 3) Я не видел своего лучшего друга 2 месяца. Я скучаю по нему. 4) – Где ты нашёл этот нож? – Я нашёл его в саду. 5) Мэри в Японии уже два года. 6) Они жили во Франции в 2010 году. 7) Ты нашёл работу? 8) Я купил iPhone на прошлой неделе. 9) – Сколько раз вы были в Италии? – Я был там дважды. 10) Когда она вошла в комнату, она включила свет.