Here's a fun game to learn words you usually use in present perfect tense. Read the sentences carefully and choose the word that completes each sentence best. You will see the instructions to play on the screen before you start the game. Enjoy yourself.
Sunday, 6 April 2014
Saturday, 8 December 2012
Let's revise some time expressions! There are exercises where you have to fill in the gaps with the right verbal tense. Time expressions can help you in certain sentences, so it's important to identify which are used with a specific tense. In the exercise below, you will see time expressions and labeled dustbins. Drag each time expression to the right tense: present simple, present continuous or past simple. It's quite easy!