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SINCE or FOR?

1. I have been waiting ______________ 4 o'clock.


2. Sue has only been waiting ______________ 20 minutes.
3. Tim and Tina have been learning English ______________ six years.
4. Fred and Frida have been learning French ______________ 1998.
5. Joe and Josephine have been going out together ______________ Valentines Day.
6. I haven't been on holiday ______________ last July.
7. Mary has been saving her money ______________ many years.
8. I haven't eaten anything ______________ breakfast.
9. You have been watching TV ______________ hours.
10.We have been living here ______________ two months.
JUST, ALREADY or YET?
1. I want to watch TV, but I havent finished writing the sales report ___________.
2. A: Where is Taner?
B: He has __________ arrived. He is having a shower.
3. Have you seen the new film of Demi Moore __________?
4. I dont want to eat anything. Ive ___________eaten two cheeseburgers.
5. Although theyre playing very well, they havent scored a goal _________.
6. Look! He has __________crashed that lorry.
PAST SIMPLE or PRESENT PERFECT?
1. I (see / not) ____________________ Anne yet.
2. We (prepare / already) ____________________ dinner.
3. Phil (go / not) ____________________ to the cinema last night.
4. (you / read) ____________________ the book yet?
5. How many letters (they / write) ____________________ this morning?
6. We (be / not) ____________________ to the zoo.
7. She (arrive / not) ____________________ yet.
8. He (come / just) ____________________ home.
9. Emily (visit / not) ____________________ me yesterday.
10. James (find) ____________________ your ring in the garden.

Answer Key
SINCE or FOR?
11.I have been waiting since 4 o'clock.
12.Sue has only been waiting for 20 minutes.
13.Tim and Tina have been learning English for six years.
14.Fred and Frida have been learning French since 1998.
15.Joe and Josephine have been going out together since Valentines Day.
16.I haven't been on holiday since last July.
17.Mary has been saving her money for many years.
18.I haven't eaten anything since breakfast.
19.You have been watching TV for hours.
20.We have been living here for two months.
JUST, ALREADY or YET?
7. I want to watch TV, but I havent finished writing the sales report yet.
8. A: Where is Taner?
B: He has already arrived. He is having a shower.
9. Have you seen the new film of Demi Moore yet?
10.I dont want to eat anything. Ive just eaten two cheeseburgers.
11.Although theyre playing very well, they havent scored a goal yet.
12.Look! He has just crashed that lorry.
PAST SIMPLE or PRESENT PERFECT?
11. I (see / not) havent seen Anne yet.
12. We (prepare / already) have already prepared dinner.
13. Phil (go / not) didnt go to the cinema last night.
14. (you / read) have you read the book yet?
15. How many letters (they / write) have they written this morning?
16. We (be / not) havent been to the zoo.
17. She (arrive / not) hasnt arrived yet.
18. He (come / just) has just come home.
19. Emily (visit / not) didnt visit me yesterday.
20. James (find) has found your ring in the garden.