Notice how the present perfect and present continuous are used in the
Have you decided yet, sir? (look at/menu)
→No, I haven't. I'm still looking at the menu.
No, he hasn't. I'm still waiting for him. (brother/arrive)→Has your brother
In a similar way, make questions or answers for the following.
1. Have you order yet?(wait for/ menu)
2. Have you found your wallet? (look for)
3. No, it hasn't . We're still waiting for it. (“Times”/arrive)
4.No, I haven't . I'm still waiting for a line.(telephone/company)
5.Have you fnished with the tour guide?(use)
6.Have you prepared the room?(clean)
7.No, I haven't. I'm still waiting for confirmation.(allocate/tour group)