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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #8849: Present perfect simple and -ing
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    Present perfect simple and -ing


    Using the verbs in the box,fill in the gaps and type the present perfect simple or the present perfect -ing.

     





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    1. Tom has got an important job to finish by the end of the month. He (stay) at work until after 10 o'clock three days this week already.

    2. Marie has been in Stockholm for a few weeks now. She (stay) with her friend Inga while she's there.

    3. I (see) a physiotherapist for a couple of years- ever since I broke my wrist.

    4. We reached the top of the hill as the sun began to disappear beneath the horizon. It was one of the most spectacular sunsets I (see) in my whole life.

    5. A) where have you been all day? B) I (finish) my homework.

    6. A) you are looking pleased with yourself. B) Yes, I (finish) my last exam and I'm going on holiday tomorrow.

    7. A) Do you fancy a game of squash this week end?B) No thanks. I (play) a couple of times before, but I just can't get the hang of it.

    8. A) Paul! Look at your clothes! B) Sorry Mum. I (play) football in the park and it was a bit muddy.

    9. I (clean) the kitchen floor. What would you like me to do next?

    10. I (clean) the car all morning and my hands are filthy.

    11. Megan (put) a lot more effort into her flute practice recently and is starting to make really good progress.

    12. There have been a lot of burglaries in the area recently, so now we (put) locks on all of our doors.









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