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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #531: Present perfect OR simple past?
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    Present perfect OR simple past?


    Present perfect OR simple past?



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    1. I'm afraid, she (leave) the office an hour ago.

    2. I'm afraid, she isn't here. She (leave) the office.

    3. Today, she (be) really busy and it's only 2:00 P.M . She still has a lot of things to do.

    4. Yesterday, I (be) very busy. I left my work at 8 pm.

    5. We (go) to an interesting meeting last week.

    6. I (work) here since the end of last year.

    7. I (see) my best buddy a few days ago.

    8. I (to meet/just) this guy in a hotel during the seminary.









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