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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #72050: Present perfect or past perfect
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    Present perfect or past perfect

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    1. Mike (to know) Karen for a long time when we met him.

    2. They (to live) in Boston for two years before they moved to Chicago.

    3. So, I (to know) them for 5 years now.

    4. I (never meet) such friendly people!

    5. It was the first time Karen (to be) to Boston.

    6. And this is only the second time she (to visit) New York.

    7. They (be) married since 2002.

    8. When I phoned, she (just leave).

    9. Is Karen here? No, I'm sorry. She (just go out).

    10. You (ride) a horse, haven't you?

    11. Yes, of course. But I (stop) riding recently.

    12. Yesterday, I couldn't remember where I (put) my keys.

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