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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #77528: Present perfect continuous or past simple
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    Present perfect continuous or past simple

    Complete the sentences with the present perfect continuous or the past simple.

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    1. We (do) this for ages now.

    2. We have tried to oppose them since they (come) here.

    3. All this (take) place a long time ago.

    4. Long ago, our people (live) in harmony with their environment.

    5. Long ago, our people (eat) buffalo, fruit, fish...

    6. Since then, we (live) like slaves.

    7. Our people (work) for the Europeans some centuries ago.

    8. These people (live) in precarious houses for many centuries.

    9. In those days, we (move) around from place to place.

    10. In the 18th century, people (travel) in boats called "qajaq".

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