Present Perfect Continuous Worksheets
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. It starts with an outline of key points to keep in mind when using this tense. The explanation of the tense is followed by three practice activities that are all about the same level of difficulty but structured differently. If you would like to have students practice specific vocabulary, you can download the worksheet and edit the sentences to include your target vocabulary in the lesson. Unfortunately, the answer key is not included so you will want to take some time to create one. In addition to this worksheet, there are many others appropriate for different age and ability levels. For more present perfect continuous worksheets, browse this section and for other tense worksheets, choose another subsection or even the main tense section. Good luck!
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This short video activity(please watch out the time on the worksheet) can be used as a warm-up to practice/review present perfect cont. & 2nd conditionals. It also contains some questions abo ...
This is a song worksheet with blank spaces to fill in. The lyrics are split in two parts, first the students are required to fill in the blanks using only present perfect continuous; then, in the ...
Do you cringe when you hear students misuse "for" and "since" when they are speaking? This is one page of examples and exceptions with a description of how to use these important everyday words. Y ...
It focuses on the common mistakes made when using these tenses. It also contains an exercise and some theory on the subject. There is a list of mistakes that are corrected and the correct ans ...
This worksheet provided different situations. Each student picks a card and describes their situation, and other students have to guess what this student has been doing recently. This game is perf ...
January 31st is a backwards day: you can use these cards (after cutting and pasting them on a cardboard sheet) to review opposites in a funny way. Then you can read the story to indroduce or talk ...
This is a powerpoint you can use in class to explain the difference between the present perfect simple and continuous. It shows the rules, how to alter the verbs for both tenses, and example sente ...
This is a PowerPoint Presentation, which tells the difference between the usage of present perfect and present perfect continuous. The rules are stated clearly with examples and illustrations. Stu ...
Pre-Int Int Adv Exam
A number of sentences to complete. I use this for a revision of the past simple, past continuous, present perfect simple, present perfect continuous, and past perfect simple. Reported speech also ...
Useful explanations and some examples about the use of since and for in present perfect tenses. Provides plenty of examples of different times markers taken from English Grammar in Use. A the end ...
It gives the differences between present perfect and present perfect continous in brief explanations. It gives specific examples and relevant exercises. It is a powerpoint with colourful pictures ...
This document allows you to get the idea of forming and using the present perfect continuous tense and provides several exercises for drilling and comparing it with present perfect. The exer ...
It's a useful tool if you want to test how well the students have learned the tenses: present simple, present continuous, past simple, past continuous, present perfect, present perfect continuous. ...
This is a worksheet for teaching the differences between present perfect simple and present perfect continuous at pre-intermediate level. There are 3 different activities in which stude ...
This worksheet is for students who want to practice and revise tenses. It contains exercises related to past and present tenses and will help students enhance their knowledge of the simple, ...
The worksheet can be used as a warmer at any lesson on technology or serve a grammar purpose for practicing: 1) passive voice (FM Radio was invented in 1933. Television had been invented befo ...
Elem Pre-Int Int
This grammar worksheet will help you to find the gaps in your student´s knowledge. The task is to correct the mistakes in the sentences below. This worksheet is really useful fo ...
Elem Pre-Int Int Adv
A handout to use with intermediate levels (and up) to review pc and ppc :). The board game has the following activities: circle the correct answer; create one sentence with the Tense required; cre ...
This worksheet is meant for revision classes at intermediate level. By correcting mistakes and explaining differences between various grammar forms students will learn more about simple and contin ...
This is a classical battleship game for present perfect continuous. Students ask each other questions according to what is written on both sides of the board. If their 'shot' is successful, they a ...
This song will help you revise Present Perfect Continuous as well as other tense forms. The task is to fill in gaps with appropriate tense forms. As a pre-listening task students might be suggest ...
This is my first contribution since this web site has helped me a lot! About the worksheet. It is about the present perfect continuous. You can start by asking your students what has been happenin ...
Present continuous chart and examples which help children understand faster the usage and form of the present continuous. It helps children understand the word order of affirmative and negative s ...
Analysis of structure - concept questions to elicit present perfect continious - I have been wanting to meet you for a long time - I have, (I've) she has.(she's) he has, (he's), they have (they'v ...
Activity focused on Intermediate, Upper Intermediate or Advanced students. There's a different task for each part of the song: completing the sentences with the appropriate verb and verb tense; ar ...
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