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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #6048: Preterite or present perfect
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    Preterite or present perfect


    Complete with the verbs in preterite or present perfect.



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    1. I (go) to America two years ago.

    2. Is John in? - No, he (go) to the swimming pool.

    3. We (not see) this film yet.

    4. Her boyfriend (give) her a beautiful ring.

    5. My teacher (translate) many books.

    6. The waiter (drink) a lot of champagne.

    7. He told me that he (not like) the film.

    8. We (never meet) each other I believe?

    9. (feed/you) the cat yet?

    10. Last year he (come) for 2 weeks.

    11. I (not listen) to the radio for ages.

    12. Sarah (give) me a kiss when we were 8 years old.

    13. I (be born) in 1979.

    14. I (buy) a hat 3 days ago.

    15. I (read) that book last year.









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