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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #103534: Present perfect simple or continuous
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    Present perfect simple or continuous


    Present Perfect:

    - we use it when it is a recently completed action

    - we use it when we have visible results of a completed action

    Present Perfect Continuous :

    - we use it for an action which started in the past and continues up to the present moment

    - we use it also to express annoyance

     





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    1. I (not/hear) from you for a long time.

    2. The owner (just/suggest) taking a boat trip tomorrow.

    3. Sarah (practice) that song for hours.

    4. We (already/be) on two boat trips.

    5. We (stay) for a week now.

    6. He (wash) his car for over an hour.

    7. He (use) my computer all day!

    8. He (just/finish) the work. He's so tired.

    9. He (not/ring) yet. We're still waiting.

    10. It is the first time I (see) this actor.









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