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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #77999: Present perfect
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    Present perfect


    1)have or has + past participle(third form of verb)

    EXP: I've never been here.

     

    2)have or has + been + V + ing

    EXP: how long have you been learning English? 

     

    3)have or has + been + present participle

    EXP: I have been going to England since I was very young.





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    1. I (learn) English since last year.

    2. I (take/not) vacation in over a year now.

    3. I (study) lately,

    4. I (live) here for 3 months.

    5. I (read) this book 4 times since I bought it.

    6. Have you ever (insult) your parents?

    7. Which skirt have you (choose)?

    8. She (work) for this company since I lost my job.

    9. My mother (not punish) me since I was 13.









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