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Sarah _________ (to cook) thirty pancakes today.

B.is cooking
D.has cooked
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Feedback:We can use the present perfect to talk about a past action that has a result in the present. Sarah cooked thirty pancakes earlier, and we are going to eat them now (as a result), or they are on the table and we can see them on the plates.

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Test 1-Present Tenses | Intermediate English

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