Exercise 2: irregular verbs (perfect tenses)

(Practise conjugating irregular verbs in the perfect tenses)

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

Fill the gaps with the correct form for perfect tenses (3rd form) of the irregular verbs in brackets.

  • Example: “Has Peter ______ his homework?” (do) → “Has Peter done his homework?”

You can check your results with the button below after you have finished. If you still need help with the topic, look at the table of English irregular verbs again. You may also use the hint button, but note that you will lose points for that.

  1. How would you have if I had told you that? (feel)
  2. Have Jill and Andy a lot of photographs of their new garden? (take)
  3. You did such a thing there and you haven’t into trouble so far? (get)
  4. Before I went on holiday Joe had me some advice how to behave in that country. (give)
  5. Your shoes look so new. Have you ever them before? (wear)
  6. Please check all your belongings. Have you anything? (lose)
  7. Have you the news? There’s been an accident. (hear)
  8. Jason is very good at sports. I wonder if he has ever a marathon? (run)
  9. Have you the application yet? (write)
  10. Has Luke ever the lottery? (win)

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

The following exercises and explanations are related to the topic ‘Perfect tenses of English irregular verbs’ and also test your skills: