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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #104406: Present Perfect Simple or Continuous
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    Present Perfect Simple or Continuous


    We use the Present Perfect Simple when we mean quantity, while we use the Present Perfect Continuous when we mean duration.



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    1. My mother (cook) dinner for the family.

    2. My mother (cook) dinner for the family for an hour.

    3. The boys (play) football three times this week.

    4. The boys (play) football since early morning.

    5. She (write) a letter to her brother.

    6. She (write) a letter to her brother all morning.

    7. The children (eat) everything up at breakfast.

    8. The children (eat) their breakfast for an hour.

    9. The plant (grow) up very quickly.

    10. The plant (grow) since I planted it last autumn.

    11. He (phone) his family twice this week.

    12. He (phone) his family for half an hour.









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