• Simple Present or Present Progressive?
  • anonym
  • 30.06.2020
  • Allgemeine Hochschulreife
  • Englisch
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Setz­te die rich­ti­gen Si­gnal­wör­ter • just • ever • al­rea­dy • yet • not … yet •
und die rich­ti­ge Verb­for­m des past par­ti­ci­ple ein.

1. I have (ge­ra­de) (to ride) the Sil­ver­star.
2. Have you (je­mals) (to be) to Eu­ro­pa­park?
3. Have you (schon) (to do) your ho­me­work?
4. He has (so­eben) (to take) the rub­bish out.
5. Mr. Bin­kel­mann has (be­reits) (to cor­rec­t) the Quick­test­s.
6. She has (schon) (to do) the shop­ping.
7. Have they (über­haupt) (to take) the rub­bish out?
8. We (noch nicht) (to hear) the new song from Ca­pi­tal Bra .
9. She has (eben) (to lis­ten­) to the new song from Ca­pi­tal Bra.
10. Have you (to make) the birth­day cake (schon)?
11. Where you (to be)? - I have (ge­ra­de noch) (to visit) my fri­en­d.
12. Oh no, I haven't (to win) the game (noch nicht).
13. Have you (to talk) to your fri­en­d (schon).
14. Yes, I have (schon) (to meet) him.

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