Ejercicios de Present Perfect Simple y Present Perfect Continuo en inglés (3º ESO)

Actividad 1: Present Perfect Simple

En esta actividad, practicaremos el Present Perfect Simple en inglés. Completa las siguientes oraciones con

el verbo en la forma adecuada del Present Perfect Simple.

  1. She has studied English for five years.
  2. They have traveled to many countries.
  3. I haven’t finished my homework yet.
  4. He hasn’t eaten lunch yet.
  5. Have you seen that movie?
  6. We have lived in this city since 2010.
  7. She has bought a new car.
  8. They haven’t arrived at the party yet.
  9. Have you read that book?
  10. He hasn’t seen his best friend in a long time.

Actividad 2: Present Perfect Continuo

En esta actividad, practicaremos el Present Perfect Continuo en inglés. Completa las siguientes oraciones con el

verbo en la forma adecuada del Present Perfect Continuo.

  1. I have been studying for the exam all day.
  2. They have been playing soccer since morning.
  3. She hasn’t been working hard enough lately.
  4. He has been waiting for the bus for an hour.
  5. Have you been watching that TV show?
  6. We have been living in this house since 2015.
  7. She hasn’t been feeling well lately.
  8. They have been studying for their exams all week.
  9. Have you been learning Spanish?
  10. He hasn’t been sleeping well for a while.

Actividad 3: Present Perfect Simple y Present Perfect Continuo

En esta actividad, practicaremos tanto el Present Perfect Simple como el Present Perfect Continuo en inglés.

Completa las siguientes oraciones con la forma correcta de los verbos.

  1. She has been studying English for five years.
  2. They have traveled to many countries.
  3. I haven’t finished my homework yet.
  4. He hasn’t eaten lunch yet.
  5. Have you seen that movie?
  6. We have been living in this city since 2010.
  7. She has bought a new car.
  8. They haven’t arrived at the party yet.
  9. Have you read that book?
  10. He hasn’t seen his best friend in a long time.

Respuetas:

Actividad 1: 1. has studied, 2. have traveled, 3. haven’t finished, 4. hasn’t eaten, 5. Have you seen, 6. have

lived, 7. has bought, 8. haven’t arrived, 9. Have you read, 10. hasn’t seen

Actividad 2: 1. have been studying, 2. have been playing, 3. hasn’t been working, 4. has been waiting, 5. Have you

been watching, 6. have been living, 7. hasn’t been feeling, 8. have been studying, 9. Have you been learning,

10. hasn’t been sleeping

Actividad 3: 1. has been studying, 2. have traveled, 3. haven’t finished, 4. hasn’t eaten, 5. Have you seen, 6.

have been living, 7. has bought, 8. haven’t arrived, 9. Have you read, 10. hasn’t seen

📝 Trucos para el Present Perfect Simple y el Present Perfect Continuo

1. Present Perfect Simple:

– Utiliza el presente perfecto simple para hablar de una acción o experiencia pasada que tiene alguna conexión con el presente. Para formarlo, usa el verbo auxiliar «have» (have/has) seguido del participio pasado del verbo principal. Por ejemplo: «I have visited Paris many times» (He visitado París muchas veces).

2. Present Perfect Simple negativo:

– Para formar el present perfect simple negativo, agrega «not» después de have/has. Por ejemplo: «She hasn’t seen the new movie yet» (Ella no ha visto la nueva película aún).

3. Present Perfect Continuo:

– Usa el presente perfecto continuo para hablar de una acción o situación que comenzó en el pasado y continúa en el presente o tiene una relevancia en el presente. Para formarlo, utiliza el verbo auxiliar «have» (have/has) seguido de «been» y el verbo principal en gerundio (-ing). Por ejemplo: «They have been studying for hours» (Han estado estudiando durante horas).

Es importante tener en cuenta que el Present Perfect Simple y el Present Perfect Continuo se utilizan de manera diferente y dependen del contexto y el significado que deseas transmitir en cada situación. Practice makes perfect!

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