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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122309: Present Perfect
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    Present Perfect


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    1. She (be) an amateur painting for three years.

    2. My parents (consent) me to invite some of my friends.

    3. They (build) an amusement park near our school recently.

    4. His son (become) a prominent professor.

    5. The lumberjack (make) a small wooden hut for his son.

    6. My sister (bear) four children.

    7. They (rescue) many rhinoceroses from their bad situation recently.

    8. He has the security of knowing that he (excel) in basketball.

    9. He (mount) that horse to start learning horse riding.

    10. They (keep) an important piece of evidence in the basement.

    11. Her brothers (hesitate) to accept to go into the deserted house.









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