Grammar Quiz

Present Perfect Tense and Simple Past Tense Quiz


The form of the present perfect tense:

A. have/has + past participle

B. had + participle

C. be + verb + -ing

D. have/has + past tense

My mum has not ____ come back from work.

A. ever

B. still

C. yet

D. just

A: Do you know where Adam is?

B: Yes, I’ve ___ seen him. He’s in the kitchen.

A. just

B. never

C. already

D. ever

I _________________ to Disneyland three times.

A. have been

B. has been

C. went

D. was going

_______ you ever ________ to China?

A. Did … went

B. Did …. go

C. Have … been

D. Has … gone

Andrea _________ her umbrella. She is running back to school so as not to get wet.

A. have forgotten

B. has forgotten

C. was forgot

D. has forgot

Have you _____ money to a busker?

A. ever give

B. never give

C. ever given

D. given ever

I haven’t been out for a meal _____ the new outbreak of COVID-19.

A. since

B. for

C. still

D. yet

James has been in Thailand _____ months but he hasn’t visited the beach _____ .

A. for/ still

B. since/ already

C. since/ just

D. for/ yet

I ………. my grandparents last week.

A. visit

B. has visited

C. visited

D. have visited

When do you use “yet” with Present Perfect tense?

A. In questions and negative sentences.

B. In affirmative a sentences.

C. In questions.

D. In negative and affirmative sentences.

We…….here since yesterday.

A. has been

B. have been

C. had been

D. has

Steven ________________ seven movies so far this month.

A. saw

B. will see

C. has seen

D. will have seen

Ken __________ already __________ his friends to his birthday party. He is very excited now.

A. has invite

B. has inviting

C. has invited

D. have invited

The cat _________ just __________ a mouse and it is so happy.

A. has caught

B. have caught

C. has catched

D. has catch

A: Have you ever been abroad?

B: Yes, I _____ to Canada 3 years ago.

A. go

B. went

C. have been

D. have gone

I _____ to school every day when I was young.

A. walk

B. walked

C. have walked

D. have never walked

I …….. (buy) a new sweater last week.

A. have brought

B. have bought

C. brought

D. bought

She hasn’t_____ a holiday in the mountains _____ 2019.

A. have/ since

B. has/ for

C. had/ since

D. had/ for

She _________________ ten pages already.

A. has wrote

B. has written

C. writed

D. wrote


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