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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #97834: Present perfect
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    Present perfect


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    1. My sister loves romantic films. She (to see) 'The Bridges of Madison County' five times.

    2. You look worried, what's the matter?- I (to lose) my credit card. What should I do?

    3. That man drives too fast. He (to break) his new car and one of his legs.

    4. Do you know Montreal? A little. I (to be) there once.

    5. Mary (to fly) to London. She will be back next week.

    6. My son (to forget) to buy some bread. He is so absent-minded!

    7. Mr. and Mrs.Smith (to sell) their house. Now they want to buy a smaller one.

    8. There is no orange juice left. Peter (to drink) the whole bottle.

    9. Sally and I (to know) each other for more than ten years. We are very good friends.

    10. My father is a good writer. He (to write) many interesting books.









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