Presente perfeito em inglês - exercícios com respostas (have you ever)


LEIA TAMBÉM:
Avaliação sobre present perfect com interpretação de texto

'Have you ever...?' é a expressão que usamos quando queremos perguntar se a pessoa já fez determinada coisa na vida. Em português 'have you ever...'? quer dizer 'você alguma vez já...?'

Exemplos:

Você alguma vez [na vida já] andou de moto? 
Have you ever ridden a motorcycle?

Você alguma vez [na vida já] quebrou o braço? 
Have you ever broken your arm?

Você alguma vez [na vida já] esteve no exterior? 
Have you ever been abroad?

Você alguma vez [na vida já] foi preso? 
Have you ever been arrested?

Você alguma vez [na vida já] encontrou alguém famoso? 
Have you ever met a famous person?

Você alguma vez [na vida já] tocou violão? 
Have you ever played the guitar?

Você alguma vez [na vida já] comeu feijoada? 
Have you ever eaten feijoada?

EXERCISES

1. Leia as frases. Responda as perguntas com a forma curta no present perfect. Reescreva as frases em português.

** verbos estão em verde (estude-os)

a) Have you ever tried raw fish?
b) Have you ever used chopsticks?
c) Have you ever seen a banana tree?
d) Have you ever put sugar in a sandwich?
e) Have you ever made ice cream?
f) Have you ever eaten chips with sugar?
g) Have you ever drunk coconut milk?
h) Have you ever cooked a meal for your family?

2. Which of these things have you done or not done? Complete the sentences using the present perfect of the verbs in brackets.

a) _________________ a competition. (win)
b) _________________ to Cuba. (be)
c) _________________ a book in one day. (read)
d) _________________ rugby. (play)
f) _________________ an elephant. (see)
g) _________________ a famous perfect. (meet)
h) _________________ a leg. (break)
i) _________________ in a restaurant. (work)
j) _________________ ten kilometres. (run)

Do you know people who have done these things?

Write true sentences about people you know.

Example: My brother has met a famous person.

3. Complete the sentences using the present perfect of the verbs: 

break, ever forget, go, ever have, not meet, not play, see, not speak, never spend, write.

a) ________________ my nose before.
b) He plays the guitar but he ______________ in a band before.
c) They ____________ Christmas away from home.
d) We ____________ our new neighbours.
e) My friends aren't here now, they ______________ home.
f) My sister _______________ an article for the local newspaper.
g) I ______________  to my parents about my exams results.
h) ____________ your teacher _____________ to give you homework?
i) We _______________ the new James Bond film.
j) She's the best friend I _________________.

4. Complete the sentences with gone or been.

a) My grandparents have ________ to Australia. They'll arrive tomorrow - the journey takes 22 hours.
b) They've visited the UK, but they haven't ___________ to Scotland.
c) My family loves travelling. We've _____________ to 10 different countries together.
d) They've __________ out and left the lights on.
e) A: Where have you ____________? B: To post a letter.

RESPOSTAS

1. Leia as frases. Responda as perguntas com a forma curta no present perfect. Reescreva as frases em português.

** verbos estão em verde (estude-os)

a) Have you ever tried raw fish? Yes, I have. No, I haven't. 
Você já experimentou peixe cru?

b) Have you ever used chopsticks? Yes, I have. No, I haven't.
Você já usou pauzinhos (chineses) ?

c) Have you ever seen a banana tree? Yes, I have. No, I haven't.
Você já viu uma bananeira?

d) Have you ever put sugar in a sandwich? Yes, I have. No, I haven't.
Você já colocou açúcar em um sanduíche?

e) Have you ever made ice cream? Yes, I have. No, I haven't.
Você já fez sorvete?

f) Have you ever eaten chips with sugar? Yes, I have. No, I haven't.
Você já comeu batatas fritas com açúcar?

g) Have you ever drunk coconut milk? Yes, I have. No, I haven't.
Você já bebeu leite de coco?

h) Have you ever cooked a meal for your family? Yes, I have. No, I haven't.
Você já preparou uma refeição para sua família?

2. Which of these things have you done or not done? Complete the sentences using the present perfect of the verbs in brackets.

a) I have won / haven't won a competition.
b) I have been / I haven't been to Cuba.
c) I have read  / I haven't read a book in one day. 
d) I have played / I haven't played rugby.
f) I have seen / I haven't seen an elephant.
g) I have met  / I haven't met a famous perfect.
h) I have broken / I haven't broken a leg.
i) I have worked / I haven't worked in a restaurant.
j) I have run / I haven't run ten kilometres.

Do you know people who have done these things?

Write true sentences about people you know.

Possible answers
My parents have been to Cuba.
My teacher has read a book in one day.
My dad has played rugby.
My sister has seen an elephant (too).
My friend has met a famous person.
My cousin has broken his leg.
My neighbour has worked in a restaurant.
My aunt has run ten kilometres.

3. Complete the sentences using the present perfect of the verbs: 

break, ever forget, go, ever have, not meet, not play, see, not speak, never spend, write.

a) I have ('ve) broken my nose before.
b) He plays the guitar but he has not (hasn't /'s not) played in a band before.
c) They have ('ve) never spent Christmas away from home.
d) We have not (haven't) met our new neighbours.
e) My friends aren't here now, they have ('ve) gone home.
f) My sister has ('s) written an article for the local newspaper.
g) I have not (haven't) spoken to my parents about my exams results.
h) Has your teacher ever forgotten to give you homework?
i) We have ('ve) seen the new James Bond film.
j) She's the best friend I have ('ve) ever had.

4. Complete the sentences with gone or been.

a) My grandparents have gone to Australia. They'll arrive tomorrow - the journey takes 22 hours.
b) They've visited the UK, but they haven't been to Scotland.
c) My family loves travelling. We've been to 10 different countries together.
d) They've gone out and left the lights on.
e) A: Where have you been? B: To post a letter.

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