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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?. When to use The Present Perfect Tense. Question 1. I ... for this trip to Queensland since last year. A has been waiting B have waited C have been waiting D has waited. I... for this trip to Queensland since last year. A has been waiting

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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

When to use The Present Perfect Tense


Question 1


I ... for this trip to Queensland since last year.

A has been waiting

B have waited

C have been waiting

D has waited


I... for this trip to Queensland since last year.

A has been waiting

B have waited

C have been waiting

D has waited


£100


Question 2


I ... my English hugely over the last few weeks.

A has improving

B have been improving

C have improved

D improve


I ... my English hugely over the last few weeks.

A has improving

B have been improving

C have improved

D improve


£200


Question 3


Which …, relaxing holidays or adventure holidays?

A have you preferred

B do you prefer

C did you preferred

D has preferred


Which…, relaxing holidays or adventure holidays?

A have you preferred

B do you prefer

C did you preferred

D has preferred


£300


Question 4


… to the Sunshine Coast before?

A have you ever been going

B had you been

C have you gone

D have you ever been


… to the Sunshine Coast before?

A have you ever been going

B had you been

C have you gone

D have you ever been


£500


Question 5


No, but I … to the Gold Coast last week

A have gone

B have been

C went

D have been gone


No, but I … to the Gold Coast last week.

A have gone

B have been

C went

D have been gone


£1,000


Question 6


… to a lot of people when you were there?

A Has you spoken

B Have you spoken

C Do you speak

D Did you speak


… to a lot of people when you were there?

A Has you spoken

B Have you spoken

C Do you speak

D Did you speak


£2,000


Question 7


Not really, but I … many interesting people last year.

A met

B have met

C have been meeting

D meets


Not really, but I ... Many interesting people last year.

A met

B have met

C have been meeting

D meets


£4,000


Question 8


Where is Lau? He isn’t here. He …

A has been to Sydney

B has gone to Sydney.

C went to Sydney.

D has been going to Sydney.


Where is Lau? He isn’t here. He …

A has been to Sydney.

B has gone to Sydney.

C went to Sydney.

D has been going to Sydney.


£8,000


Question 9


“Youngeun, would you like some of my food? It’s home-made & delicious?!” “No thanks, …”

A I had eaten

B I have been eating

C I ate

D I have just eaten


“Youngeun, would you like some of my food? It’s home-made & delicious?!” “No thanks, …”

A I had eaten

B I have been eating

C I ate

D I have just eaten


£16,000


Question 10


Which time expressions can we NOT use with the present perfect?

A since

B on Tuesday

C for

D before


Which time expression can we NOT use with the present perfect?

A since

B on Tuesday

C for

D before


£32,000


Question 11


Which time expression CAN I use with the present perfect?

A and then

B next

C already

D after that


Which time expression CAN I use with the present perfect?

A and then

B next

C already

D after that


£64,000


Question 12


Which is the correct question tag? “ You haven’t ever been to England,...”

A haven’t you?

B didn’t you?

C have you?

D had you?


Which is the correct question tag? “You haven’t ever been to England, ...”

A haven’t you?

B didn’t you?

C have you?

D had you?


£125,000


Question 13


What tense do usually I use after “ It will be the first time…”

A past perfect

B past simple

C present simple

D present perfect


What tense do I usually use after “ It will be the first time…”

A past perfect

B past simple

C present simple

D present perfect


£250,000


Question 14


Which of these sentences refers to the future?

A The minute Jessie left hospital

B After Alice has left school

C After I left school

D The minute I had got the news


Which of these sentences refers to the future?

A The minute Jessie left hospital...

BAfter Alice has left school

CAfter I left school

DThe minute I had got the news


£500,000


Question 15


When can we use the present perfect?

A for the present & future

B only for the present

C only for the future

D for the past, present & future!


When can we use the present perfect?

A for the present & future

B onlyfor the present

C only for the past

D for the past, the present & the future!


£1,000,000


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