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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #21839: Present perfect or simple past
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    Present perfect or simple past


     

                   

     ATTENTION  

                   

     

     About famous writters :

     

    • Anthony Trollope (1815-1882)

    and

    • Joanna Trollope (1943,-)

     

     

     

     

    Put the verbs in the Present Perfect or past Simple.

     





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    Anthony Trollope (travel) to South Africa, Australia, Egypt, and the West indies. Joanna Trollope (travel) to many parts of the world. She (win) many awards, and several of her stories (appear) on TV. Her first book (come) out in 1980. Since then, she (sell) more than 5 million copies. She (go) to school in the south of England, and (study) English at Oxford University, but she (live) in the country for most of her life. She writes her books by hand. She (have) the same pen since 1995.







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