Efi - File Test 2 - Grammar Complete Using The Present Perfect Simple Or Past Simple Forms Of The Verbs In Brackets.

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Efi - File Test 2 - Grammar Complete Using The Present Perfect Simple Or Past Simple Forms Of The Verbs In Brackets. - Quiz


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  • 1. 

    Petra     ________ (you / remember) to pay that cheque into the bank? Alan       Yes, it went in this morning.

    In this conversation, Alan confirms that the cheque was paid into the bank this morning. The question "Did you remember" implies that Petra was responsible for paying the cheque into the bank and is asking if she remembered to do so. Alan's response indicates that Petra did remember to pay the cheque into the bank.

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    Tom       ________ (you / ever / borrow) anyone’s car? Dave      Yes, I borrowed my brother’s and I crashed it!

    The question is asking if Tom has ever borrowed anyone's car. Dave's response confirms that he has borrowed his brother's car and had an accident with it. Therefore, the correct answer is "Have you ever borrowed."

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    Anna      Hi, can I speak to Sally, please? Beth       I’m sorry, she ________ (just / go) out.

    The correct answer is "has just gone". This is because the verb "go" is in the present perfect tense, which is formed by using the auxiliary verb "has" (or "have") followed by the past participle of the main verb. In this case, the past participle of "go" is "gone". Therefore, the correct sentence is "I'm sorry, she has just gone out."

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    Doctor   What seems to be the problem? John      I ________ (fall) over playing volleyball. I think I ________ (break) my finger.

    The correct answer is "fell 've broken". In the conversation, John explains that he fell over while playing volleyball and believes that he has broken his finger. The verb "fell" is in the past tense to describe the action that already happened, and " 've broken" is a contraction of "have broken" indicating that the breaking of his finger occurred in the past as well.

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    Peter      How long ________ (you / know) Mike? Liz         Well, we ________ (meet) in 2008 and we’ve been good friends ever since.

    The correct answer is "have you known met". The question is asking about the duration of Peter's knowledge of Mike. The correct tense to use in this context is the present perfect tense "have you known", which indicates an action that started in the past and continues up to the present. The verb "met" is used in the past tense to describe the initial meeting between Peter and Mike in 2008.

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