Simple Past or Present Perfect – Exercise 2

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Task No. 4421

Put in the phrases in brackets into the gaps. Use Simple Past or Present Perfect.

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Example:

I   tennis since I   at school. (not/to play – to be)

Answer:

I have not played tennis since I was at school.

  1. I my keys, so I can't open that door. (to lose)
  2. Columbus in the New World in 1492. (to arrive)
  3. Nina her leg. She is still in hospital. (to break)
  4. I here all my life. (to live)
  5. Colin for Brazil this morning. (to leave)
  6. Last winter Robin with his father in the Alps for three days. (to stay)
  7. Ellen with her left hand. (always/to write)
  8. She a language course in Paris last summer. (to do)
  9. anyone yet? (to phone)
  10. I Paul today, but I him last Sunday. (not/to see - to see)

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