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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #104743: Past simple or present perfect
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    Past simple or present perfect


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    1. How long ago (she/start) skiing?

    2. Oh my God, the neighbour's house (burn) to the ground!

    3. I (go) to the Alps last Christmas.

    4. Max is late; I hope he (not/have) an accident.

    5. My grandfather is ninety years old and he (never/drive) a car in his whole life!

    6. During the last summer holidays, I (spend) one week in Great Britain.

    7. Oh no! I (leave) my keys at work! I can't get into my house!

    8. (they / travel) abroad already?

    9. My sister (already/ be) to the USA twice!

    10. Simon (go) to Australia in 2010.

    11. I (never/ visit) Dublin but I think I will go there next year.

    12. A few days ago, our teacher (tell) us we would go to Paris.









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