Grammar Collection: Never Have I Ever - The Present Perfect Board Game
We all use the present perfect (sometimes called the present perfect simple) a lot. We use the question form when we are talking about experiences and finding out more information about new people.
"Never Have I Ever" gives your students a chance to practice (in a controlled way) asking and answering present perfect questions. They move around the board and ask the student to their left a question, depending on what is on the board. Their are a few squares that will lead to some comical questions and answers, so be prepared for some giggling and chuckling in the classroom!