1. Make the sentences negative and interrogative.

1) You have cut the grass in the backyard.

2) Our boss has signed the trade agreement.

3) The members of the delegation have arrived.

4) The wind has stopped blowing.

5) All the tourists have paid the admission charge.

6) We have invited the chairman of the charitable organization to our meeting.

7) Alan has downloaded this document.

8) The policemen have captured the burglars.

9) Sarah has recovered from her illness.

10) My parents have left for New York.




1) You haven't cut the grass in the backyard. Have you cut the grass in the backyard?
2) Our boss hasn't signed the trade agreement. Has our boss signed the trade agreement?
3) The members of the delegation haven't arrived. Have the members of the delegation arrived?
4) The wind hasn't stopped blowing. Has the wind stopped blowing?
5) All the tourists haven't paid the admission charge. Have all the tourists paid the admission charge?
6) We haven't invited the chairman of the charitable organization to our meeting. Have we invited the chairman of the charitable organization to our meeting?
7) Alan hasn't downloaded this document. Has Alan downloaded this document?
8) The policemen haven't captured the burglars. Have the policemen captured the burglars?
9) Sarah hasn't recovered from her illness. Has Sarah recovered from her illness?
10) My parents haven't left for New York. Have my parents left for New York?




2. Write short answers to the questions.

1) Have you seen Henry lately? — No

2) Has Julia returned from the university? — Yes, ... .

3) Have the students filled in the questionnaires? — Yes,.., .

4) Has the plane landed? — Yes, ... .

5) Have the children tidied their room? — No, ... .

6) Have you been to the new bowling club? — No, ... .

7) Has the waitress brought the bill? — Yes, ... .

8) Has Mrs Harrison spoken to the doctor? — No, ... .

9) Have they obtained the results of the experiment? — Yes, ... .

10) Has the taxi arrived? — No, ... .



1) No, I haven't. 2) Yes, she has. 3) Yes, they have. 4) Yes, it has. 5) No, they haven't, 6) No, I haven't. 7) Yes, she has, 8) No, she hasn't. 9) Yes, they have. 10) No, it hasn't.




3. Make up the sentences using the Present Perfect Tense.

1) Betty/not to phone/me/since last Wednesday.

2) I/to see/ this woman /never.

3) The lecture/to finish/just.

4) Mike/ not to ride/a Ыке/since childhood.

5) Martin/to consult/ with a tax lawyer/yet?

6) We/not to meet/each other/for six years.

7) Wendy/to tell/me/about the results of the research/ just.

8) They/to send/the invitations to their wedding/yet?

9) Simon/to be/to Norway/ever?

10) Our firm/to pay/all the taxes/already.



1) Betty hasn't phoned me since last Wednesday.
2) I have never seen this woman.
3) The lecture has just finished.
4) Mike hasn't ridden a bike since childhood.
5) Has Martin consulted with a tax lawyer yet?
6) We haven't met each other for six years.
7) Wendy has just told me about the results of the research.
8) Have they sent the invitations to their wedding yet?
9) Has Simon ever been to Norway?
10) Our firm has already paid all the taxes.





4. Put the verbs fn brackets into the correct form.

1) ... you ... (yet to send) a message to George?

— Yes, I ... . But George ... (yet not to answer) it.

2) Kate ... (to be) very upset these days. ... anything ... (to happen)?

— Well, her boyfriend Sam ... (to break) his leg. He ... (to be) in hospital for two days now,

3) ... you ... (to Iron) my T-shirt, Molly?

— Yes, I ... . And I ... (to sew) a button to your jacket.

4) ... Ed and Julia ... (to prepare) everything for the picnic?

— They ... (already to buy) some meat and vegetables, but they ... (yet not to decide) about the place for the picnic.

5) ... your parents ... (yet to leave) for Greece?

— Oh, they ... (already to be) there for three days.

6) ... you ... (lately to see) Peter and Nick?

— No, I ... (not to see) them since March.

7) ... Pamela ... (ever to be) to England?

— No, she ... . But she ,., (already to plan) her trip there.

8) ... the concert... (yet to start)?

— No, it... . The musicians ... (not yet to tune) their musical instruments.

9) ... you ... (to meet) your boss today?

— No, I ... . My boss ... (just to go) to the bank,

10) ... Phil ... (to jump) with a parachute before?

— No, he ... (never to jump) with a parachute. But he ... (always to dream) about it.



1) Have you sent a message to George yet?
— Yes, I have. But George hasn't answered it yet.
2) Kate has been very upset these days. Has anything happened?
— Well, her boyfriend Sam has broken his leg. He has been in hospital for two days now.
3) Have you ironed my T-shirt, Molly?
— Yes, I have. And I have sewn a button to your jacket.
4) Have Ed and Julia prepared everything for the picnic?
— They have already bought some meat and vegetables, but they haven't decided about the place for the picnic yet.
5) Have your parents left for Greece yet?
— Oh, they have already been there for three days.
6) Have you seen Peter and Nick lately?
— No, I haven't seen them since March,
7) Has Pamela ever been to England?
— No, she hasn't. But she has already planned her trip there.
8) Has the concert started yet?
— No, it hasn't. The musicians haven't tuned their musical instruments yet.
9) Have you met your boss today?
— No, I haven't. My boas has just gone to the bank.
10) Has Phil jumped with a parachute before?
— No, he has never jumped with a parachute. But he has always dreamt about it.





5. Translate into English.

1) Діти щойно повернулися зі школи.

2) Мама ще не приготувала сніданок. Вона щойно поставила грітися чайник.

3) Я знаю твого брата вже сім років. Він ніколи не скаржився на свое здоров'я.

4) Ви коли-небудь були в цьому театрі? — Так, я нещодавно був тут.

5) Майк уже продав свою машину? — Ще ні. Він щойно пофарбував її.

6) Діана вже закінчила університет? — Так, і вона вже знайшла роботу.

7) Ваш юрист уже підготував документи? — Так, але я ще не читав їх.

8) Де Ольга? — ЇЇ робочий день завершився. Вона вже пішла додому.

9) Ми живемо в цьому містї вже сімнадцять років.

10) Ти бачив Тома сьогодні? — Hi, я не бачив його з вівторка.



1) The children have just returned from school.
2) Mother hasn't cooked breakfast yet. She has just put the kettle on.
3) I have known your brother for seven years already. He has never complained about his health.
4) Have you ever been to this theatre? — Yes, I have been here recently.
5) Has Mike sold his car yet? — Not yet. He has just painted it.
6) Has Diana graduated from university yet? — Yes, and she has already found a job.
7) Has your lawyer prepared the documents yet? — Yes, he has, but I haven't read them yet.
8) Where is Olga? — Her working' day has finished. She has already gone home.
9) We have lived in this town for seventeen years already.
10) Have you seen Tom today? — No, I haven't seen him since Tuesday.