Fill in the gaps. Use Present Perfect or Past Simple 1) My nephew (to play) puzzles yesterday. 2) They (to buy) a new semi-detached house last month. 3) We (to do) already the washing up. 4) I (to take out) rubbish. 5) What you (to do) yesterday? 6) What you (to do)? 3. Find the right answer to the questions 1. What has happened to Mary? a) Mary was ill. b) Mary has fallen ill. 2. When did you see the film? a) I have seen the film already. b) I saw the film yesterday. 3. What have you come here for? a) I have come to see you. b) I come to see you an hour ago.