Access 3 Grammar Book Plus by Virginia Evans, Jenny Dooley

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I went to Canada. ete 53 Present Perfect vs Past Simple 6 Match the items in column A to those in column B to make sentences. B A Ia 1I d They didn ' t go to Spain 21 Jenny stayed at home 3 Have you ever been 4 Chris hasn't spoken I 5 Kelly lived in London \ e 6 I haven't travelled 7 She finished her homework 18 7 to Tokyo? to Paul for weeks. \c I \ Ted has called you for five years before she moved . last summer. d all morning to tidy her room. f an hour ago. g twice this morning. abroad since 2000.

Just/read) this book. It's very interesting. ......... .......... ...... . (Mark/paint) the kitchen yet? Ben .......... .... .... (live) in this house for ten years now. The train .... ....... .. (arrive) at the station at 5 o'clock yesterday. She ... ........ ...... .. .. (exercise) since 8:00 and now she's exhausted. We ........ .... ........ (not/see) Billy for a long time. They .......... ... ..... ..... (graduate) from university four years ago. We ... .. ...........

You/want) to come? 2 A: B: 3 A: B: (Tom my/sleep) ? No, he .. .... .. .. (play) computer games in his room. . ..... .. .. ... .... ... (you/do) anything tonight? Yes. I ..... ............. ....... .... (meet) Carol for dinner at 8 o' clock. 4 A: Why ....... .. . ... .. B: (Tom/look) so tired? He ................. ..... .... ....... (work) long hours . 5 A: B: (Jane/talk) on the phone? No, she ................................... (help) Mum in the kitchen .

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