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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #1739: Present perfect OR preterite?
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    Present perfect OR preterite?


    Present perfect OR preterite?



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    1. What time (you/meet) your friends ?

    2. Richard (not/phone) me this week so I don't know how he is.

    3. "When (Greg and Amy/go) on holiday ? - "Last week"

    4. (Sam is looking in a drawer). I (find) my black T-shirt. I thought I'd lost it.

    5. The government (announce) its plans for the railway. There are going to be several new lines.

    6. I (never/be) on a plane but I'd love to go on one.

    7. (your/parents/see) any lions when they were on safari ?

    8. We (not/play) very well this season. We're not going to be very high in the league.

    9. (you/do) anything nice at the weekend ?

    10. I (be) a student from 1999 to 2001.









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