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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #75401: Simple Past or Simple Present Perfect Tenses
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    Simple Past or Simple Present Perfect Tenses


    Choose the right tense.



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    1. How many times (you/be) to the USA this year?

    2. How many times (you/go) to the USA last year?

    3. It seems Mum (not/cook) dinner yet. I will help her.

    4. Dad isn't at home. He (go) to the bank.

    5. My brother (find) a purse full of money in the park last Sunday.

    6. Mary (already/do) her homework for tomorrow. Now she is watching TV.

    7. While I was ironing some clothes, I (hear) a loud bang in the bathroom.

    8. They (live) in this village for more than ten years.

    9. Yes, I know him. I (know) him since 1997.

    10. I think they (leave) the country four years ago.









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