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Title
'Have you ever' cards (Experiences)
Target Structure
Present Perfect Simple
Level
Elem / Pre-Intermediate
Time
30 minutes
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Description
'Have you ever' cards are an excellent way of increasing your students' fluency, while getting away from the text book.

Simply cut the cards out, place them upside-down on the desk, and get your students talking! If you encourage lots of follow-up questions, this activity is bound to really get your students talking.

 


 

Title
How long have you?
Target Structure
Present Perfect (For & Since)
Level
Intermediate
Time
20 minutes
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Present Perfect - the bane of your students' lives. You can ease their pain with this worksheet!

Controlled practice plus pair work personalization at the end. Lots of practice of 'for' and 'since' for unfinished actions.

 


 

Title
Doing Some DIY
Target Structure
Present Perfect Simple / Continuous
Level
Lower Intermediate+
Time
45 minutes
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This worksheet looks at the difference between the Present Perfect Simple and Continuous.

There's a conversation, some practice exercises and a 'Find Someone Who' activity to get your students using the language with each other.

'Doing Some DIY' is written for lower-intermediate classes, but can easily be adapted.

 


 

Title
Spot the Mistakes - Present Perfect
Target Structure
Present Perfect
Level
Elementary - Pre-Intermediate
Time
30+ minutes
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This is a great error-correction worksheet practicing the present perfect.

It's kept at a low level, so it's ideal for elementary students who have been introduced to basic uses of the tense - experiences, for since, etc.

The present perfect can be a rather serious topic. This worksheet is both fun, and easy to teach!

 


 

Title
Getting Ready for Christmas
Target Structure
Yet / Already with Present Perfect
Level
Elementary / Pre-Intermediate
Time
30 minutes
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You might not associate Christmas with the Present Perfect, but this is an ideal season to practice 'yet' (or 'not yet') for plans.

Have your students bought their presents yet? Have they decorated the tree?

This worksheet has conversation, controlled practice and role-plays. It's a great lesson for lower-level students in December!


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