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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #52964: Present perfect simple or continuous
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    Present perfect simple or continuous


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    1. I (just do) a practice test for my English exam and I got 85%.

    2. My cousin (just call) me and said he was coming over this weekend. Can I bring him with me ?

    3. Ana (come) late to her lessons all this term but she promises to improve from now on.

    4. My son went on holiday last week and I (wait) to hear from him since then, but so far nothing.

    5. I only joined this company last week, and my new boss (already shout) at me four times since then.

    6. Our teacher gave us lots of homework this afternoon. I (already finish) it, because I did it so quickly, it's full of mistakes.

    7. All week, Mr Johnson (tell) everybody in the office that he's really pleased with our work, but it would be nice if he gave us all a pay rise as a result.

    8. I (just look) at this essay I wrote last night, and it 's full of spelling mistakes. There must be something wrong with my computer.

    9. We (try) to solve this problem for ages now. Perhaps if we asked some of our friends to help, we might be more successful.









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