Exercise 1: irregular verbs (perfect tenses)

(Practise English irregular verbs in the perfect tenses)

Irregular verbs in perfect tenses – cloze test (difficulty: 2 of 5 – rather easy)

Use the irregular verbs in brackets to fill the gaps with their correct perfect tense form, which is the third verb form.

  • Example: “Have you ______ a new car?” (buy) → “Have you bought a new car?”

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  1. I have so much. I’m so full now. (eat)
  2. Tom has married again. Would you have that? (think)
  3. I’ve a bit too much. I think I can’t drive anymore. (drink)
  4. Rita is learning to bake. She has a lot of cakes this month. (make)
  5. Oh dear, I haven’t the bill yet. (pay)
  6. They had their old car before they bought a new one. (sell)
  7. Have you your homework? (do)
  8. Great to see you! It has such a long time. (be)
  9. When I arrived there they had already . (leave)
  10. You have to Colombia so many times. What’s it like? (be)

Exercises and explanations referring to ‘Irregular verbs in perfect tenses’

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