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Present Perfect, Past Simple or Present Perfect Co


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have played/have been playing
I [play] _______ football for five years and I still play it.
played
When I was younger, I [play] _______ football for five years.
has not paid
He owes me $50 and he [ not/pay] _______ me back yet!
has only won
My team [win/only] _______ two matches so far.
only won
My team [win/only] _______ two matches last year.
have you finished
[finish/you] _______ the homework already?
have always been
The others [be/always] _______ better at sports than me.
were always
When I was in grade school, the others [be/always] _______ better at sports than me.
has tried
She does not want to eat dog hot pot. She [try] _______ it before and she does not like it.
tried
She does not want to eat dog hot pot. She [try] _______ it a month ago and she knows now she does not like it.
have been walking
We are not there yet!? We [walk] _______ for hours.
walked
Last weekend we [walk] _______ for hours.
have only covered
But we [cover/only] _______ an area of five miles so far.
have just finished
I [finish/just] _______ my homework.
has been working
The class [work] _______ on this essay since two o'clock and I am still not finished.
worked
I [work] _______ on this essay last night for 3 hours but I am glad I am finished.
has been going out/has gone out
Jane [go out] _______ with Bob for 3 years.
went out
Jane [go out] _______ with Bob for 3 years when they were in high school.
have not seen
I did not give them your message because I [not see] _______ them yet.
did not see
I did not give them your message because I [not see] _______ them yesterday.
has gone
Martin [go] _______ to dinner with three girls this week and it's only Wednesday!
went
Martin [go] _______ to dinner with three girls last week.
have you been waiting
I am happy you are still here! How long [wait/you] _______ for us?
have never met
I do not know your dad. I [never/meet] _______ him before.