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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #125901: Past tense or present perfect
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    Past tense or present perfect


    Complete the sentences with the right verbs. Don't use any contracted forms.



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    1. He (do) that since he was six years old.

    2. Rebecca (talk) to me yesterday.

    3. (meet) your teacher so far ?

    4. Tom (not do) his homework last week.

    5. I (play) soccer for two hours !

    6. I (not play) soccer up to now.

    7. I (play) soccer two hours ago.

    8. According to me, he (not eat) for many days.

    9. I (not learn) that lesson yet.

    10. I (have) a shower ten minutes ago.

    11. Edd (have) five maths tests recently.

    12. I (sort out) the material since 4:00 PM.

    13. I (sort out) the material last weekend.

    14. I (start) my courses last week,

    15. and I (learn) a lot of things so far !










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