Exercitii Present Perfect Simple/Present Perfect Continuous/Past Simple

1. “What he (do) since he (arrive)?”

2. “Well, he (write) emails on the computer.”

3. “How many emails do you think he (write) so far?”

4. “I don’t know, but I’m sure he (write) a lot. He (write) for over an hour.

5. I wonder if he has a problem or something because he (write) emails yesterday, too.”

6. “You (see) him writing them yesterday?”

7. “No, but he (tell) me about that.”

8. “He (ask) you any help?”

9. “No, he (tell) me not to disturb him.

10. “I just wonder why he (write) emails for two days…”

10 thoughts on “Exercitii Present Perfect Simple/Present Perfect Continuous/Past Simple

  1. 1.What he has been doing since he arrived?
    2.Well, he has been writing emails on the computer.
    3.How many emails do you think he has written so far?
    4.I don’t know, but I’m sure he has written a lot.He has been writing for over an hour.
    5.I wonder if he has a problem or something because he wrote emails yesterday, too.
    6.You saw him writing them yesterday?
    7.No, but he told me about.
    8.He asked you any help?
    9.No, he told me not to disturb him.
    10.I just wonder why he has been writing emails for two days..

  2. 1.What he has been doing since he arrived?
    2.Well, he has been writing emails on the computer.
    3.How many emails do you think he has written so far?
    4.I don’t know, but I’m sure he has written a lot.He has been writing for over an hour.
    5.I wonder if he has a problem or something because he wrote emails yesterday, too.
    6.You saw him writing them yesterday?
    7.No, but he told me about.
    8.He asked you any help?
    9.No, he told me not to disturb him.
    10.I just wonder why he has been writing emails for two days..

  3. 1. What he has been doing since he arrived?
    2. Well, he has been writing emails on the computer.
    3. How many emails do you think he has written so far?
    4. I don’t know, but I’m sure he has written a lot. He has been writing for over an hour.
    5. I wonder if he has a problem or something because he wrote emails yesterday, too.
    6. Did you see him writing them yesterday?
    7. No, but he told me about that.
    8. He asked you any help?
    9. No, he told me not to disturb him.
    10. I just wonder why he has been writing emails for two days…

    • Raspunsurile corecte:

      1. What has he been doing since he arrived? (What he has been doing since he arrived?)
      Atentie la schema de interogativ!

      2. Well, he has been writing emails on the computer.

      3. How many emails do you think he has written so far?

      4. I don’t know, but I’m sure he has written a lot. He has been writing for over an hour.

      5. I wonder if he has a problem or something because he wrote emails yesterday, too.

      6. Did you see him writing them yesterday? (You saw him writing them yesterday?)
      Atentie la schema de interogativ!

      7. No, but he told me about that.

      8. Did he ask you any help? (He asked you any help?)
      Atentie! Suntem la interogativ! DID + S + V…

      9. No, he told me not to disturb him.

      10. I just wonder why he has been writing emails for two days…

  4. De ce la propozitia nr.3 este “…..he has written so far?” Nu este corect ….”has he written so far?” ? doar este o propozitie interogativa.

    • Este o propozitie interogativa, insa atentie, avem deja inversiunea pentru interoagativ in prima parte a frazei: do you think he has written …

      Atunci cand avem o fraza interogativa (o fraza are mai multe propozitii), regula de interogativ se aplica doar pe prima propozitie a frazei!

  5. Buna ziua! De ce la primele 2 propozitii ati folosit Present Perfect Continuous si nu Present Perfect Simple? Cum putem face diferenta?

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