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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #123415: Past simple or present perfect
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: | Past | Present perfect [Change theme]
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    Past simple or present perfect


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    1. We (finish/not) our exercises yet.

    2. I (go) to the cinema yesterday night.

    3. Queen Victoria (die) in 1901.

    4. They (never/be) to Sydney.

    5. I (be) a little devil when I was a child.

    6. He (leave) two minutes ago.

    7. She (already/do) her homework.

    8. Tom (visit) his grandma last week.

    9. (you/ever/eat) snails?

    10. My sister (not/go) to school last Monday.

    11. My sister (not/go) to school for a long time and I don't know when she's going back.

    12. Few people (read) in the 19th century.

    13. I (never/have) the flu in my whole life!

    14. My mum (work) at the bank since 1990.

    15. (they/watch) TV last week?









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