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Complete the sentences. Decide if you need to use the present perfect simple or the progressive.
- I (study) all day, but
I am afraid I (learn/not) much.1st space: duration → present perfect progressive|2nd space: result → present perfect simple
- Andrew (eat) two bars of chocolate today.result → present perfect simple
- The boy’s clothes are dirty because he (play) in the mud.side effect → present perfect progressive
- I (arrive/just) at the station.completed action → present perfect simple
- We are exhausted because we (do) exercise all morning.side effect → present perfect progressive
- Edward feels a bit unsteady because he (cycle/not) for five years.How long since the last time? → present perfect simple
- How long (you/work) for this company?duration → present perfect progressive
- The kids (finish/not) their homework yet.result → present perfect simple|To note: This is a negation. If it were a positive sentence, it would be a completed action, therefore the present perfect progressive can't be used here.
- Niall (watch) the film seven times.how often → present perfect simple