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HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Simple past or present perfect? 1

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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: Simple Past or Present Perfect? | level: Intermediate

Choose which verb tense (simple past or present perfect) fits better.
  1. I ________ volleyball in several months.
    a. haven't played
    b. didn't play


  2. I ________ you at the party last night.
    a. haven't seen
    b. didn't see


  3. Jack's sister ________ her friend in London last year.
    a. has visited
    b. visited


  4. I ________ in a small town in Italy.
    a. have been born
    b. was born


  5. You ________ her, have you?
    a. haven't told
    b. didn't tell


  6. You ________ her, did you?
    a. haven't told
    b. didn't tell


  7. I ________ in Los Angeles for five years (and I still live there).
    a. have lived
    b. lived


  8. I ________ in Los Angeles for five years (but I no longer live there).
    a. have lived
    b. lived


  9. My girlfriend and I ________ three times last week.
    a. have gone out
    b. went out


  10. I ________ to work every day this week.
    a. have walked
    b. walked
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