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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #72754: Present Perfect or Past Simple
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    Present Perfect or Past Simple

    Present perfect / Preterite

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    1. Columbus (discover) America more than 400 years ago.

    2. I (not \ see) you for more than a week.

    3. I (know) him since 1986.

    4. The last moon landing (be) a spectacular show!

    5. Uncle George (not \ visit) us for years!

    6. Our relatives (come) here a month ago.

    7. My friend (not \ go) to school yesterday.

    8. He (not \ speak) to me for over three weeks.

    9. He (buy) a new car a week ago!

    10. The Browns (live) here for 2 years.

    11. Things (change) since I was a little boy.

    12. We (finish) our supper half an hour ago.

    13. That wardrobe (be) in my room for a year. I love it!

    14. My youngest brother (get) a new job last week.

    15. The company (be) on strike since January.

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