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SS1: ENGLISH LANGUAGE – 2ND TERM

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SS1: English Evaluation Questions – Complex Tense Forms I | Week 1

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The following sentences express actions that have just been completed (present perfect tense). Change them to express actions that have been in progress right up to the present (present perfect continuous tense).

Examples:

The cook has prepared breakfast.

The cook has been preparing breakfast.

  1. The judge has delivered judgment on the case.
  2. My father has built a new house in the village.
  3. We have read the letter from our uncle.
  4. The trader has sold the goods.
  5. The man has lived in Lagos for some years.
  6. The girl has swept the yard.
  7. I have done the work.
  8. Obi has made the beds in the garden.
  9. The elders have met in the village square.
  10. Our teachers have prepared us for the examination.

ANSWERS

  1. The judge has been delivering judgment on the case.
  2. My father has been building a new house in the village.
  3. We have been reading the letter from our uncle.
  4. The trader has been selling the goods.
  5. The man has been living in Lagos for some years.
  6. The girl has been sweeping the yard
  7. I have been doing the work.
  8. Obi has been making the beds in the garden.
  9. The elders have been meeting in the village square.
  10. Our teachers have been preparing us for the examination.

The following sentences express actions that have just been completed (present perfect tense). Change them to express actions that have been in progress right up to the present (present perfect continuous tense).

Examples:

The cook has prepared breakfast.

The cook has been preparing breakfast.

  1. The judge has delivered judgment on the case.
  2. My father has built a new house in the village.
  3. We have read the letter from our uncle.
  4. The trader has sold the goods.
  5. The man has lived in Lagos for some years.
  6. The girl has swept the yard.
  7. I have done the work.
  8. Obi has made the beds in the garden.
  9. The elders have met in the village square.
  10. Our teachers have prepared us for the examination.

ANSWERS

  1. The judge has been delivering judgment on the case.
  2. My father has been building a new house in the village.
  3. We have been reading the letter from our uncle.
  4. The trader has been selling the goods.
  5. The man has been living in Lagos for some years.
  6. The girl has been sweeping the yard
  7. I have been doing the work.
  8. Obi has been making the beds in the garden.
  9. The elders have been meeting in the village square.
  10. Our teachers have been preparing us for the examination.