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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #98101: Past simple or Present perfect
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    Past simple or Present perfect

    Complete the sentences with the verbs in the right tense.

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    1. We (to swim) in the lake every Saturday. (Simple past)

    2. We (to catch) a lot of fish in this lake. (Present perfect)

    3. He (to weep) while hearing that song. (Simple past)

    4. They (to write) letters to each other. (Present perfect)

    5. She (to wear) jeans on Friday. (Simple past)

    6. Little Bo Beep (to lose) her sheep. (Present perfect)

    7. The children (to grow) more and more each day. (Simple past)

    8. They (to eat) lunch at noon. (Simple past)

    9. They (to drive) to work every day. (Simple past)

    10. My grandson (to bring) me special gifts. (Simple past)

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