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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #8398: Present perfect simple and continuous
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    Present perfect simple and continuous

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    1. He (wait) for two hours, since midday. (present perfect continuous)

    2. He (not find) the ideal flat yet. (present perfect simple)

    3. Somebody (smoke) here. Open the windows ! (present perfect continuous)

    4. How many cups of coffee (you drink) today ? (present perfect simple)

    5. You (eat) chocolate: there are stains on your hands. (present perfect continuous)

    6. I (clean) the house for 2 hours; now I can rest. (present perfect continuous)

    7. I (not write) any Xmas cards yet. (present perfect simple)

    8. I couldn't sleep because my neighbours (sing) all night long. (present perfect continuous)

    9. Emily (work) since September. (present perfect continuous)

    10. Sarah (be) a secretary for six months.(present perfect simple)

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