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Have You Ever...? Using the Past Participle (Past Perfect Form) worksheet

 

Past participle worksheets:

PAST SIMPLE OR PAST PARTICIPLE (B&W VERSION INCLUDED)
PAST SIMPLE OR PAST PARTICIPLE (B&W VERSION INCLUDED)
Level: elementary
Age: 12-14
Downloads: 432


FUTURE PASSIVE / PAST PARTICIPLE
FUTURE PASSIVE / PAST PARTICIPLE
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 427


Tenses: Simple Present, Simple Past & Past Participle - Part 2 w/ Answer Key
Tenses: Simple Present, Simple Past & Past Participle - Part 2 w/ Answer Key
Level: elementary
Age: 9-17
Downloads: 320


VERBS - Past Tense and Past Participle
VERBS - Past Tense and Past Participle
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 310


Tenses: Simple Present, Simple Past & Past Participle - Part 1 W/ANSWER  KEY
Tenses: Simple Present, Simple Past & Past Participle - Part 1 W/ANSWER KEY
Level: elementary
Age: 9-17
Downloads: 305



"Correct Verb Usage" - Revision of present, past, past participle, present participle tenses - (( 75 exercises to complete )) - elementary/intermedi ate - (( B&W VERSION INCLUDED ))
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Downloads: 303


Possibilities in the past: could have + participle • explanation • examples • exercises • handout with keys • 3 pages • editable
Possibilities in the past: could have + participle • explanation • examples • exercises • handout with keys • 3 pages • editable
Level: advanced
Age: 14-17
Downloads: 301


needn´t have + past participle-didn´t need to
needn´t have + past participle-didn´t need to
Level: intermediate
Age: 11-17
Downloads: 282


QUIZ FOR IRREGULAR VERBS - PAST PARTICIPLE)
QUIZ FOR IRREGULAR VERBS - PAST PARTICIPLE)
Level: intermediate
Age: 9-17
Downloads: 255


Simple Past and Past Participle
Simple Past and Past Participle
Level: intermediate
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 239


what has just happened?
what has just happened?
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 229


What has just happened?
What has just happened?
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 221


PAST PARTICIPLE - CROSSWORD
PAST PARTICIPLE - CROSSWORD
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 213


The Past Participle
The Past Participle
Level: advanced
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 188


Gone or Been?
Gone or Been?
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 184


Present Perfect tense & Adverbs of frequency  Board game 1 (Level 1-verbs in past participle)
Present Perfect tense & Adverbs of frequency Board game 1 (Level 1-verbs in past participle)
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 166


Past Participle
Past Participle
Level: elementary
Age: 8-100
Downloads: 162


Present and Past participle /Present Perfect
Present and Past participle /Present Perfect
Level: elementary
Age: 8-16
Downloads: 157


Past Simple and Past Participle
Past Simple and Past Participle
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 157


Simple Past and Past Participle: verb forms
Simple Past and Past Participle: verb forms
Level: intermediate
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 140


 

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  Grammar worksheets > Verbs > Verb tenses > Past participle > Have You Ever...? Using the Past Participle (Past Perfect Form)
Have You Ever...? Using the Past Participle (Past Perfect Form) Have You Ever...? Using the Past Participle (Past Perfect Form)

After the warm-up activity (https://www.eslprintables.com/writing_worksheets/creative_writing/mad_libs/Have_You_Ever_MAD_LIBS_944066/) write the phrase "Have you ever...?" on the board and introduce the meaning if the phrase is new to your students. Use numbers 1 and 2 as examples. It may help to draw a small verb chart on the board showing Present | Past | Past Participle. The first example uses "visit" and is a regular verb. Visit | visited | visited. The past and past participle form are the same for regular verbs and use the "-ed" suffix. Number 2 is an irregular verb. Eat | ate | eaten. Most textbooks have an irregular verb conjugation chart in the back. Direct students to these pages if available. Otherwise, I recommend printing off an irregular verb conjugation list from the internet or photocopying one from another textbook. Students may also be able to find these conjugations in a dictionary; however, not all dictionaries include this feature. If your class is highly advanced, you may challenege them to complete the worksheet without using any reference materials. If your students are not skilled with conjugation, remind them that any verb not on the irregular verb conjugation list will use the "-ed" ending. So they should first check the irregular list, and then use "-ed" otherwise. Please make sure the irregular verb list you use contains all of the verbs used in this worksheet. I have seen textbooks which omit one or two of these words. Finally, it is time for the activity! The Interview Scavenger Hunt is a game in which students must interview each other and their teachers in order to find people who have done specific things. Make sure your students know to use the phrases "Yes, I have." and "No, I haven´t." If someone answers, "Yes, I have," you can mark the box beside that question. If they say, "No, I haven´t," then you must leave it blank. If there is time at the end of class, have everyone count the number of boxes they marked and acknowlegde anyone who did well. If anyone got all 15, be impressed! If there is a number which surprised you (such as climbing a mountain or leaving the country) use this as a conversation point and ask who answered "Yes, I have." to those questions. Usually, I do not have the students write the full sentence. "visited a theme park" is sufficient. There is not enough time for slower students to write "Have you ever" on every line.

 Level:advanced
Age: +15
 Downloads:8

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aftab57
United Kingdom

         posted by aftab57
Thanks for sharing!Wonderful materials.


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Spain

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