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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #88475: Present perfect or past simple
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: | Past | Present perfect [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Past simple or present perfect - Present perfect simple - Placement test 1 - Past simple (video) - Modal : may/might - Past simple or continuous - Present perfect - Past simple
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    Present perfect or past simple


    Present perfect :

    Exemple :

    I have gone / you have gone / he, she, it has gone / we have gone / they have gone


    Le present perfect est formé par : verbe 'to have' + participe passé du verbe.

    Il est utilisé pour exprimer un événement passé quand le temps exact n'est pas défini, ou que le temps mis en référence n'est pas encore fini (ex : up to now...) , ou que le temps de référence indique un événement ayant encore un lien avec l'actuel, ou que le résultat de l'événement est encore ressenti au moment où on parle.

    N.B. En anglais britannique, il faut utiliser le present perfect avec les mots already, still, yet, just. 


    Simple past :

    Exemple :

    I went / you went / he, she, it went/ we went / they went


    Le past simple est formé par la forme au passé du verbe.

    Le simple past exprime un événement passé où le moment est spécifié (ex : yesterday...).


    Exercice : compléter par les réponses qui conviennent aux événements





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    1. We a new car last week. Isn't it beautiful?

    2. I lobster because I am allergic to shellfish.

    3. Mary on her new dress yet. I hope that it will fit her.

    4. Look at this beautiful table! Grandfather it in 1995.

    5. Look at my painting! I it.

    6. Father alcohol up to now.

    7. I'm looking for my brother. him yet?

    8. One hour ago I some aspirin since I had a headache.

    9. Where at noon? I was expecting you.

    10. the lottery? Maybe he'll share his wealth.









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