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    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Present perfect | Find the correct tense [Change theme]
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    Present perfect simple or continuous?

    Present perfect simple or continuous?

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    1. 'Look at this door! What a horrible colour! Who (paint) it?'

    2. ' What (you/do) ?' the mother asked her son whose face was covered with dirt.

    3. 'Who (eat) my cake?' she asked when she saw her plate was empty.

    4. 'Now that you (do) your homework, you may watch TV.'

    5. ' I am sure he (have) nothing to eat for a few days.'

    6. 'Why does he look so angry?' - 'He (miss) his train once again!'

    7. 'How long (you study) Spanish Miss Pole?' - 'For two years, Sir.'

    8. 'Oh God! It's the most incredible thing I (ever + hear) .

    9. He says he is covered in paint because he (paint) the garage door for hours.

    10. We try to forget the incident which (be) a painful experience for all of us.'

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