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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #2029: Present perfect continuous or simple
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    Present perfect continuous or simple

    Present perfect continuous or simple

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    English exercise "Present perfect continuous or simple" created by bridg with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from bridg]
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    1. My back hurts. I (lift) heavy furniture all day.

    2. - How much (we/spend) on food this week ? - A lot.

    3. Natalie's a very good pianist but she (not/perform) in public yet.

    4. We're very excited about our holiday. We (plan) it since last October.

    5. For years Simon (believe) that he will be a successful businessman.

    6. - Shall I throw the newspaper away ? (you/do) the crosswords ? - No, not yet. I'm going to do it this evening.

    7. My meals over the past few days (consist) of sandwiches and cups of coffee. I need some proper food !

    8. Martin is feeling stressed. He (work) very hard.

    9. - How long (you/build) your new house ? - About three months.

    10. - Are you enjoying your course ? - Not really. I (not/understand) very much in the last few weeks.

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