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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #69541: Present perfect
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    Present perfect

    The Present Perfect Tense

    This tense is formed with has/have and the past participle of the given verb. For instance

    I ___________  ( finish ) the drawing.

    The answer is I have finished the drawing

    This list will help you.

    I have

    You have

    She / He   has

    We have

    They have

    Peter has

    Peter and Susan have

    Susan has


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    English exercise "Present perfect" created by sreedhar with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from sreedhar]
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    1. She (drink) up her share of the lemonade already.

    2. I (speak) to him about this three times so far.

    3. I (feel/never) comfortable here.

    4. We (find) his lost watch thankfully.

    5. She (forgive/already) you for your bad behaviour.

    6. I (meet) him before.

    7. We (choose) him for the assignment and he will soon leave for the USA.

    8. The police (arrest) him for no reason at all.

    9. He (get) what he deserves, so why should he complain?

    10. We (already/feed) the baby and so he is sleeping contentedly.

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