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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #1743: Preterite or present perfect?
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    Preterite or present perfect?

    Preterite or present perfect?Please use contracted forms: 's- wasn't- hasn't- haven't- didn't...

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    1. Agatha (not be) too friendly last night. What's the matter with her?
    2. Well, she (be) rather worried recently.
    3. She (just realize) her children were leaving England tomorrow.
    4. I wonder how long her children (live) in England.
    5. Her son Steve (study) Spanish when he was at university.
    6. She (not see) much of her daughter lately.
    7. Remember that Lisa (get) married six weeks ago.
    8. I (not see) such a beautiful bride in all my life.
    9. Can you believe it? Agatha (not invite) us so we didn't send any flowers of course!
    10. I (often wonder) why she behaved in that ill-bred manner...

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