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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #12412: Preterite or Present Perfect
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: | Past [Change theme]
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    Preterite or Present Perfect


    Complete with the right tense.



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    1. This is the most stupid story I (ever- to hear)!

    2. Anne (to leave) an hour ago

    3. Oh my God! they (just - to break) the beautiful vase!

    4. (Ever - you - to be) in love?

    5. He (to pay a visit - me) yesterday.

    6. I (never - to see) the movie ''Moulin Rouge''.

    7. She (to sleep) very well last night.

    8. I (to read) this book 2 years ago.

    9. We (to buy) this beautiful table this morning, don't you like it?

    10. Since I (to become) a member of this association, people have phoned all the time.

    11. Yesterday morning I (to meet) a really cute boy.

    12. Since yesterday he (to spend) a lot of money.

    13. (Ever - they- to be) to Glastonbury?

    14. My friend (to die) 2 years ago.

    15. I (to be) taken aback when I saw her!









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