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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #20766: Present perfect or past perfect
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    Present perfect or past perfect


    Complete the sentences with the Present Perfect Progressive / simple OR the Past Perfect Progressive /simple



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    1. They (live) in Australia since 1989.

    2. He (wait) for hours.

    3. She (work) in this company for ten years.

    4. They (go) on a trip to Jamaica before moving to Paris.

    5. She (cut) her hair but she didn't like it.

    6. Where (be/you) ?

    7. They (study) Spanish for 5 years when at university.

    8. He (work) here since last spring when he had an accident.

    9. He (not go) to Spain since 1981 but he did last year.

    10. I (read) this book for 4 hours

    11. My car (to steal).

    12. They (not come) to his party because they were sick.

    13. He (not teach) French till 2002 when he was asked to do so.

    14. She (write) good books for years.









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