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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #70682: Present perfect tense
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    Present perfect tense

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    English exercise "Present perfect tense" created by sreedhar with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from sreedhar]
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    1. Though it is very early in the morning , the little fellow (awake) already.

    2. It is hard to imagine that the little boy I knew (become) so big so soon.

    3. The policeman is proud that he (catch) a good number of criminals in hardly a few years.

    4. These boys (drink) up all the lemonade meant for the party!

    5. She ,indeed, (draw) a lovely picture!

    6. They (eat) up all the cakes already. How mean of them!

    7. Oh no! The big tree (fall) on the building!

    8. They (find) something exciting and so are all so happy.

    9. My elders (forbid) me from talking to total strangers.

    10. How ungrateful of him. He (forget) the good I did to him.

    11. I (give) him some fine suggestions and sincerely hope that he will follow them.

    12. I suppose that she (go) home already.

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