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English worksheet: An Old Fashioned Valentine�s: Present perfect and present perfect progressive An Old Fashioned Valentine�s: Present perfect and present perfect progressive

About this worksheet: There are 5 tasks and answer key is included. Students are asked to make a set of valentines for their classmates. Task A.Write the correct verb form in the present perfect and in present perfect continuous sentences. Task B.Fill in the blanks in the quotes. The internet or a quote dictionary may be consulted. Task C.Take some of the quotes or use one of their own to write 6 or more valentines using the hearts on page one and e-mail them or give them to their classmate(s). Bonus Task D. Research Robert Frost or another poet or author. Write a short summary about them. Task E. Cite their sources.

 Level:intermediate
 Age: 12-17
 Downloads:5

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