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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #32533: Present perfect and past tense
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    Present perfect and past tense


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    1. Dick (read) any books from our reading list yet.

    2. In fact he (read) anything since the summer holiday.

    3. He (be) too busy with his new girl-friend.

    4. Incidentally , she (be) Harry's girl-friend before.

    5. And by the way, how many books (you , read) so far ?

    6. Beethoven (compose) nine symphonies.

    7. Mrs Johnson (also , compose) nine but I haven't heard any of them .

    8. When I (be) at primary school I used to have a friend.

    9. My parents (like) her so I had to stop seeing her.

    10. In fact I (see) her since then.

    11. At secondary school I (have) another friend.

    12. Again there (be) problems with my parents and the same thing happened .

    13. At university I (meet) Anne and this time I didn't ask my parents 'opinion.

    14. We (be) friends for over ten years now.

    15. (you , hear) the news ?









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