Сви чланци од Maja Berić

Present Perfect ili Past Simple?

U našem jeziku ne postoji vreme kao Present Perfect i često nas pitate kako se ovo vreme koristi i prevodi. Ako niste sigurni kada se koristi Present Perfect, kliknite OVDE i pročitajte više. Ako ste naučili kako se koristi i hoćete da proverite svoje znanje, uradite test ispod.

Present Perfect ili Past Simple?

John is phoning his girlfriend again. That is the third time he ..... her this evening.

The town where I live is very different now. It ..... a lot.

The police ..... three people, but later they let them go.

Quick! We need to call an ambulance. There ..... an accident.

What do you think of my English? Do you think it ..... ?

Jack lives in New York. He ..... there for five years.

'What's Rome like?' 'I don't know. I ..... there.'

..... you ..... your homework?

..... you ..... this book yet?

...... you ..... the piano since you were a child?

We ...... to Italy last year.

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I am taking my driving test tomorrow.

Good luck!

This is Jane, my new flatmate.

Pleased to meet you.

Have a nice weekend!

The same to you.

Aaaatchoooo!

Bless you!

I got married last week.

Congratulations!

How do you do?

How do you do?

Would you like a cup of tea?

Yes, please.

Can I have another slice of cake?

Help yourself.

Cheers!

Cheers!

That bag looks heavy. Can I give you a hand?

Sure, that would be great.

Are you tied up this week?

Yes, I’m really busy.

Do you need any help?

No, I’m just looking.

How’s it going?

Not bad.

Susan can’t come this weekend. She has to work.

Oh, what a pity.

I’ve heard a lot about you.

Really? All good I hope!

Say hi to Peter for me.

Will do!

Thank you.

You’re welcome!

I didn’t get the job.

Oh, sorry to hear that.

Is it OK if I open the window?

Sure, go ahead.

How would you like to pay?

By credit card/In cash

 

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