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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #32125: Present perfect simple or continuous
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    Present perfect simple or continuous

    Complete the sentences.

    English exercise "Present perfect simple or continuous" created by jagienka with The test builder
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    1. We (stand) in this queue for an hour now.
    2. It (move) much, has it ?
    3. Maybe the shop assistant (go) somewhere.
    4. John has been learning irregular verbs all day but he (learn) only ten.
    5. Bill has been cutting onions. That's why he's crying. He (cut) his finger, too.
    6. Susan (write) a short story.
    7. I (read) it lately but I haven't read all of it yet so I can't tell you if it's any good.
    8. It seems that for the last few months he (write) a novel.
    9. (you, wait) long ? I'm sorry I'm late.
    10. That's O.K. I (look through) some magazines your daughter gave me.
    11. (she , show) you round the house ?
    12. Yes, she has and I (think) ... It is rather expensive, you know.
    13. Well, yes, but it's a nice house. My family and I (live) here for twenty years.
    14. What (you, do) with my shoes ?
    15. I (put) them under the bed.

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