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Past simple vs.

Present perfect simple


1. Complete the second sentence so it has a similar meaning to the first sentence.
EX:1) Jane doesn't work at this company now.
Jane has left this company.
2) This is the first time I've been to the United States.
I _havent was_ to the United States before.
3) That's strange! My wallet isn't here!
That's strange! _he has disappeared.
4) I saw a friend of yours a few moments ago.
I _have seen_ a friend of yours.
5) I'm still writing this report.
I have written this report yet.
6) Is this your first visit to Latin America?
Have you were in Latin America before?
7) It's a long time since I spoke to Giorgio.
I havent spoken to Giorgio for a long time.
8) Is Anna still out of the office?
Has _______________ back yet?
9) I'm sorry, but Rachel Dawson isn't here.
I'm sorry but Rachel Dawson has _was_out.
10) I last saw David in 1996.
I havent seen since 1996.
11) How stupid of me! My laptop is still in the car.
How stupid of me! I have still my laptop in the car.
12) I'm still reading this report.
I _had_ reading this report yet
13) Paul left the building a moment ago.
Paul has _left_ the building.
14) Have you been to Scandinavia at any time?
Have you _were_ to Scandinavia?
15) It's ages since we last had an order from CWP.
We _have had_ an order from CWP for ages.
16) This is the first time I've eaten snails.
I've _not eaten_ snails before.
17) I don't remember Helen's phone number.
I've _not remembered_ Helen's phone number.
18) She has a different opinion now.
She _________________ her mind.
19) The last time I saw Margaret was Monday.
I haven't seen at Margaret of Monday.

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2 bought
3 gave
4 issued
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