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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #53: Active or passive present perfect
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    Active or passive present perfect

    Present perfect OR Present perfect passive form?
    I ___ (to be) once to the USA.
    I have been once to the USA.

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    1. I (to go) to the USA, and I am still there !

    2. War (to declare) !!!

    3. During the war, lots of towers (to collapse).

    4. This woman (to be) my banker for many years !

    5. My husband and I (to be) together for five years.

    6. Although it's only three in the afternoon, the city (to plunge) into darkness.

    7. I (to work) as a statistician for 3 years.

    8. Thirty allied soldiers (to kill) since the American military operation began in October.

    9. I (to fall) in love with you ....

    10. Yes, I (to feel) something very strong for you ....

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