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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #59384: Present Perfect or Simple Past Tense
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    Present Perfect or Simple Past Tense

    Complete the sentences.

    English exercise "Present Perfect or Simple Past Tense" created by sreedhar with The test builder
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    1. He (do) his work. No wonder you can see him play so joyfully.
    2. I (buy) the most coveted book possible yesterday - Collins Thesaurus!
    3. She (see) the movie already , so don't expect her to join us today.
    4. We (hurt) him rather unfairly by calling him a cretin when we actually know he isn't one.
    5. I (write) the poem. You may go through it.
    6. I (write) it last Monday when I was as miserable as sin.
    7. I (never /meet) such a selfless and caring person as my dear friend.
    8. This morning I (get) up rather late. No wonder I seem so irritable.
    9. He (perform) the role assigned to him quite efficiently. Kudos to him!
    10. You (speak) to him rather insolently yesterday and need to apologise.

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