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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #54032: Present perfect or past simple
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    Present perfect or past simple


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    1. He was there yesterday and he (talk) to me.

    2. Something incredible (just/happen) to me !

    3. I (forget) to call my boyfriend last week.

    4. I (buy) a new red car yesterday!

    5. When (you / tell) your parents about it ?

    6. I love England so I (leave) France to live over there.

    7. I (decide) to get involved in Greenpeace.

    8. I (go) to Paris yesterday morning.

    9. I (go /not) to Windsor last year.

    10. (she /leave) a message yesterday?

    11. (he /tell /never) us about it.

    12. They (give) us the key to his flat.

    13. He (just/ win) the second prize.

    14. If only I (know) what she really thinks !

    15. I wonder why Lily (not/speak) to me last Monday.

    16. Last year Mrs Holding (stare) ahead of her to where the spaceship was waiting.









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