Present Perfect Simple versus Past Simple 7

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Fill in the correct form of the verbs. Choose between the Present Perfect Simple and the Past Simple.

1. Peter (to play) football yesterday.
2. We (never / to visit) Australia.
3. (you / not / to finish) your homework yet?
4. Tom (to move) to this town in 1994.
5. Julia (to graduate) from university last year.
6. Joan was 88 when she (to die).
7. Shakespeare (to write) a lot of plays.
8. (you / ever / to hear) this kind of music?
9. She (just / to have) lunch, so she isn’t hungry.
10. Where is my mobile phone? It (to disappear).
11. Dophins (to live) in our waters for millions of years, and they are still there today.
12. The Titanic (to sink) in 1912.
13. Jane (never / to eat) a hamburger in her life. She’s a true vegetarian.
14. We (not / to have) a holiday last year.
15. (you / ever / to meet) a famous person?
16. I (not / to be) to the shop yet.
17. What time (he / to leave) last night?
18. I (to buy) a new car last month.
19. When I first (to come) here, it was quiet.
20. You (to know) him since you were children.
21. Kathy travels a lot. She (already / to visit) a lot of countries.
22. “Is Sonia here?” “No, she (not / to come) yet.