Grammar Self Study – Present Perfect Part II of IV(現在完了形2/4)


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Directions: Read the situations and write sentences with JUST-ALREADY-YET in the perfect tense form.
1. After lunch you go to see a friend at her house. She says "Would you like something to eat?"
You say: No, thank you. ___________________________________ a minute ago. (have)
2. Joe goes out. An hour later, the phone rings and the caller says "Can I speak to Joe?"
You say: I’m afraid ___________________________________. (go out)
3. You are eating in a restaurant. The waiter thinks you have finished and starts to take you plate away.
You say: Wait a minute! ___________________________________. (not/finish)
4. You are going to a restaurant this evening. You phone to reserve a table. Later your friend says "Shall I phone to reserve a table?"
You say: No, ___________________________________ it. (do)
5. You know that a friend of yours is looking for a job. Perhaps she has been successful. Ask her.
You say: ___________________________________? (find)
6. Ann went to the bank, but returned a minute ago. Immediately after Ann came back, somebody asks "Is Ann still at the bank?"
You say: No, ___________________________________. (come back)
For the following sentences, choose whether "been" or "gone" is appropriate.
1. Jim is on holiday. He’s ______________________ to Italy.
2. Oh! I’m sorry to keep you waiting. Have you ____________________waiting long?
3. Alice isn’t here at the moment. She’s ____________________ to the shop to get a newspaper.
4. Tom has ___________________ out. He’ll be back in about an hour.
5. "Are you going to the bank?" "No, I’ve already ______________________ to the bank."