1. Choose the right variant of the main verb.
She ... at the parcel long enough, before she ... that it was for her brother.
We were extremely tired at the end of the journey. We …. for more than 24 hours.
How long … this book? How many pages of this book … ? a) have you been reading, have you been reading
We … to the top of Holborn Hill before I … that he was not smiling at all.
Present Perfect. I am afraid (forget) my book at home.
Present Perfect. …the secretary (yet/ come)?
Present Perfect. I (learn) the rhyme. Could you listen to me?
Present Perfect. They (already/ inform) me about the accident. a) Have had already informed d) Had already informed
Present Perfect. He is the most handsome man I (ever/ know).
Present Perfect. He (not/ receive) any letters from her this week.