Practice the present perfect verb tense with a series of activities. Learners rearrange sentences, fill in the blanks, and choose the correct forms of irregular verbs to fit in the present perfect tense.
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- Use the worksheet as a grammar quiz or a warm-up activity
- Instructions and activities might be difficult for younger learners
- Focuses on the affirmative and negative forms of present perfect tense, as well as how to use irregular verbs
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