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Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
Present perfect simple past
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  • 1. NUMBER YOUR PAPER 1 to 30.
    CHOOSE PRESENT PERFECT OR SIMPLE PAST.
  • 2. 1
    Q: Jack _____ (live) in Boston for the past 15 years.
    has lived
    lives
    lived
  • 3. 2
    Janet ____ (work) for Smith and Brothers before she came to work for us.
    worked
  • 4. 3
    Dad, ____ (you/finish) reading the paper yet?
    have you finished
  • 5. 4
    I would love to visit Prague sometime. Unfortunately, I ____ (be/never) there.
    have never been
  • 6. 5
    Peter _____ (play) Tennis for five years when he _____ (be) at school.
    played, was
  • 7. 6
    Can you help me? I _____ (finish) my homework, but I still don't understand number 7.
    have finished
  • 8. 7
    I _____ (work) in Italy for 5 years. I ____ (begin) work as soon as I arrived here.
    have worked, began
  • 9. 8
    Sorry, but I'm not hungry. I _____ (eat/already).
    have eaten already
  • 10. 9
    When Jack was at school, he _____ (learn) to play the saxophone. He _____ (play) it ever since.
    learned, has played
  • 11. 10
    Could you give me some advice? I _____ (buy) this sweater at Macy's yesterday. Do you think I should take it back?
    bought
  • 12. 11
    Maria lives in Boston. Before she _____ (move) here, she ____ (live) in Seattle for 3 years.
    moved, lived
  • 13. 12
    Peter ____ (go) to Paris last year. That means that he ____ (be) to Paris 3 times!
    went, has been
  • 14. 13
    Just a moment! I _____ (not think) of a good idea yet!
    haven’t thought
  • 15. 14
    Maria _____ (believe) that for a long time!
    has believed / believed
  • 16. 15
    How long _____ (you/live) there before coming here?
    did you live
  • 17. 16
    She _____ (write) the email but doesn't know how to send it.
    has written
  • 18. 17
  • 19. 18
    I ____ (just/have) something done to my hair. Do you like it?
    have just had
  • 20. 19
    Hurry up! The concert _____ (begin) five minutes ago, and we are late.
    began
  • 21. 20
    Madonna _____ (record) many albums and will probably make many more.
    has recorded
  • 22. 21
    Elvis_____ (record) many albums during his wonderful career.
    recorded
  • 23. 22
    How many books ____ (read) this year?
    have you read
  • 24. 23
    How many books ____ (read) last year?
    did you read
  • 25. 24
    ____ (newspaper/arrive)? Yes, Ken is reading it.
    Has the newspaper arrived
  • 26. 25
    Where ____ (you/find) that book? Oh, I _____(find) it in the library.
    did you find, found
  • 27. 26
    ____ (you/smoke) a lot before you quit?
    Did you smoke
  • 28. 27
    He _____ (leave) the house a few minutes ago.
    left
  • 29. 28
    She ____ (not leave) the house yet.
    has not left
  • 30. 29
    I _____ (not know) you live here! _____ (you/be) here for very long?
    didn’t know, Have you been
  • 31. 30
    _____ (you/see) today's newspaper?
    Have you seen…
  • 32. Persuasive Writing
    Why don’t you receive credit for IEP classes?
    Write an “OP-ED” letter to a newspaper.
    Argue for why IEP students should receive credit for classes.
  • 33. Include specific activities that you have done this semester to support your argument.
    I have written many papers in English.
    My writing teacher, Anthony, has given me a lot of assignments.
  • 34. Also describe specific activities that you did this semester to support your argument.
    I took a very difficult test last week.
    We listened to a speaker last month and wrote summaries and responses.

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