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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #118869: Present perfect or preterite
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    Present perfect or preterite

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    1. I (see) my dentist yesterday.

    2. What (you/have) for breakfast last Sunday?

    3. Max! Karen (come) to see you. She is in the hall.

    4. My bike isn't here. Who (take) it?

    5. My parents (be born) in Paris in 1970.

    6. She (not/sell) her car yet.

    7. How many times (you/be) ill last year?

    8. When we were on holiday, the weather (be) awful.

    9. Sorry, Miss, I (forget) my workbook.

    10. We (not/encounter) any problem so far.

    11. She (buy) a new car yesterday.

    12. She (go) to California last Monday.

    13. My sister (eat) a hamburger and chips.

    14. Last year, I (be) 10 years old.

    15. Mary (start) studying Spanish in January 2017.

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