Your weekend Present Perfect and Simple Past

Try to find things that you did but your partner didn’t last weekend

Suggested verbs:

eat                                        clean                                    move

sleep                                    listen to                                play

buy                                      watch                        visit

hurt                                       borrow

kneel

ride

spill

tear

wake

wear

burn

dig

feed

fight

hide

lend

make

win

break

spend

swim

read

see

go

meet

hear

Change partners and try to find things that you did last weekend that your partner has never done (you can reuse the things from before if you like).

 

Now try to find things that you have done but your partner never has.

 

What are the two forms of the irregular verbs above?

What is the difference between the Present Perfect and Simple Past?

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PDF version for easy printing: WeekendPresentPerfectSimplePast

2 Responses to Your weekend Present Perfect and Simple Past

  1. globaltravelhackers says:

    This seems like a past simple activity, how would you use it for comparing present perfect and past simple? thanks!

  2. alexcase says:

    The first stage is just Past Simple, but in the later stages you find things you have done that your partner never has (in their life).

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