Exercício de múltipla escolha: Present Perfect

A) She have gone to the theater.
B) Have he made English course?
C) You haven’t studied for your tests.
D) He hasn’t stayed at home lately.
E) Has Joane drove to another city?

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OEstudantedeIngles 2 16 113
C e D estão certas.
Hi there,

I apologize in advance, but I'd like to take some points in consideration.

A) She have gone to the theater. = She has gone to the theater.
B) Have he made English course? = Has he made an / the English course?
C) You haven’t studied for your tests.
D) He hasn’t stayed at home lately.

E) Has Joane drove to another city? = Has Joane driven to another city?

I would choose the option "D".
The sentence is more complete than the previous one because of the adverb "lately."

Although we are studying the PRESENT PERFECT TENSE, the third sentence is somewhat incomplete.

Considering the differences between this tense and the PAST SIMPLE TENSE, we can affirm the "C" sentence presents an action which is still in course or it is happening at the moment; however, we don't know exactly if there were precise consequences in the present.

I will have a test tomorrow and I haven't studied yet.
You haven't studied for your tests and you can't accompany your friends to the next stage anymore.
You didn't study for your tests because you were very sick.

I hope you appreciate it.

Source: (1) Pearson Education - Longman Dictionary;
(2) English Grammar in Use. Cambridge University.
OEstudantedeIngles 2 16 113
Hello =)

I get what you're trying to say, but although the third sentence is 'incomplete' it is still correct according to the Present Perfect tense, there's nothing wrong with it grammarly. That's why I said both were correct. We don't necessarily need the adverb.
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