Perfect present tenses Worksheet-7

Perfect present tenses Worksheet-7

 

Fill in the blank with the correct present perfect tense form:

  1. Penguin Publishers _____ the fourth edition of this book.

A. Is having printed                     B. Has printed

C. Have printed                            D. Had printed

 

  1. Sunil as well as Anil _____ a very emotional essay.

A. Has written                               B. Had written

C. Is having written                     D. Have written

 

  1. Either Sona or Mona _____ to meet Anita.

A. Has gone       B. Have gone    C. Had gone      D. Is having gone

 

  1. Everyone _____  a liking to the new movie star.

A. Is having taken                         B. Has taken

C. Have taken                                D. Had taken

 

  1. Wake her up now. She ____ for a couple of hours already.

A. Is having slept                          B. Had slept

C. Have slept                                 D. Has slept

 

  1. My parents ____ for good to Mumbai.

A. Have shifted                            B. Had shifted

C. Is having shifted                      D. Has shifted

 

  1. The excessive rain ____ the river again.

A. Had flooded                              B. Have flooded

C. Has flooded                              D. Is having flooded

 

  1. Monies from various nations ____ in for the Tsunami victims.

A. Is having poured                      B. Had poured

C. Has poured                               D. Have poured

 

  1. Oh no! Sid _____ his lunch box yet again.

A. Has forgotten                           B. Is having forgotten

C. Had forgotten                           D. Have forgotten

 

  1. Either these girls or these boys _____ their names for the project.

A. Is having submitted                B. Has submitted

C. Have submitted                       D. Had submitted

 

  1. Silence! The movie star _____ the auditorium!

A. Has entered                              B. Have entered

C. Is having entered                     D. Had entered

 

  1. Silence! The movie star as well as the heroines _____ the auditorium.

A. Is having entered                     B. Has entered

C. Had entered                              D. Have entered

 

  1. That lady as well as her friends _____ a red sari.

A. Have worn    B. Had worn     C. Has worn      D. Is having worn

 

  1. The Chief Minister along with his cabinet ministers _____ from the post.         

A. Is having resigned                   B. Have resigned

C. Has resigned                            D. Had resigned

 

  1. All the TV serials _____most boring and stereotyped.

A. Have become                            B. Have became

C. Had become                             D. Has become

 

Answer Key:

  1. C

Explanation: Since the subject is plural, ‘have printed’ is the correct present perfect tense form.

 

  1. A

Explanation: Since the subject is singular, ‘has written’ is the correct present perfect tense form. When the conjunction ‘as well as’ is used to connect two nouns, the subject (noun) is not considered as plural.

 

  1. A

Explanation: Since the subject is singular, ‘has gone’ is the correct present perfect tense form. When two nouns are connected with ‘or’ the subject is not considered as plural.

 

  1. B

Explanation: Since the subject is singular, ‘has taken’ is the correct present perfect tense form.

 

  1. D

Explanation: Since the subject is singular, ‘has slept’ is the correct present perfect tense form.

 

  1. A

Explanation: Since the subject is plural, ‘have shifted’ is the correct present perfect tense form.

 

  1. C

Explanation: Since the subject is singular (uncountable), ‘has flooded’ is the correct present perfect tense form.

 

  1. D

Explanation: Since the subject is plural, ‘have poured’ is the correct present perfect tense form. ‘Monies’ is used as the plural of ‘money’ when various types of currencies / a huge amount of money is being referred to.

 

  1. A

Explanation: Since the subject is singular, ‘has forgotten’ is the correct present perfect tense form.

 

  1. C

Explanation: Since the subject is plural, ‘have submitted’ is the correct present perfect tense form.

 

  1. A

Explanation: Since the subject is singular, ‘has entered’ is the correct present perfect tense form.

 

  1. B

Explanation: Since the subject is singular, ‘has entered’ is the correct present perfect tense form. When the conjunction used is ‘as well as’ the subject remains singular – ‘as well as + second noun’ is considered parenthetical (something that is not included).

 

  1. C

Explanation: Since the subject is singular, ‘has worn’ is the correct present perfect tense form. (Conjunction is ‘as well as’ hence the second noun is not included in the subject).

 

  1. C

Explanation: Since the subject is singular, ‘has resigned’ is the correct present perfect tense form. When the conjunction used is ‘along with’ the second noun is not included in the subject.

 

  1. A

Explanation: Since the subject is plural, ‘have become’ is the correct present perfect tense form.