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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #84311: Present perfect or Past simple
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    Present perfect or Past simple


    Complete the sentences.



    English exercise "Present perfect or Past simple" created by anonyme with The test builder
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    1. (you/see) the latest James Bond film?
    2. Yes, I (see) it last week with Simon.
    3. When (you/have) your hair cut?
    4. I (never/try) frogs' legs. What do they taste like?
    5. Jane (lose) her mobile phone. She feels lost without it.
    6. (the painters/finish) redecorating your living-room?
    7. Yes, they (finish) yesterday. It looks fantastic now.
    8. I (graduate) in 1995 and found my first job a few months later.
    9. (you/ever/have) a car accident?
    10. No, I (never/have) one.
    11. It's the first time I (hear) him shout so loud.
    12. James (meet) his wife at university some years ago.
    13. They (not/call) yet...
    14. ... I hope nothing (happen) to them.








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