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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #38225: Present perfect and past simple
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    Present perfect and past simple

    Complete with the right verb;use contractions when possible.

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    1. Do you like London? I don't know. I (be/not) there
    2. Have you seen Ann ? . Yes, I (see) her five minutes ago.
    3. That's a nice sweater. Is it new ? Yes, I (buy) it last week.
    4. Are you tired this morning ? Yes, I (go) to bed late last night.
    5. Do you want the newspaper or can I have it .You can have it . I (read) it.
    6. Are you enjoying your new job? I (NOT/begin) working yet.
    7. The weather isn't very nice today, is it ? No but it (be) very nice yesterday.
    8. Was Lindsay at the party last Saturday ? I don't know . I (not/meet) her there.
    9. Is your son still at school ? No, he (leave) school two years ago.
    10. Is Sylvia married ? Yes she (be) married for five years.
    11. Have you heard of George Washington ? Of course. He (be) the first president of the United States.

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