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Read through the text below and identify all of the past perfect and present perfect
verbs . If you can remember from the videos that the past perfect tense describes
two actions in the past that are not related.
Read the test below and list any past perfect or present perfect verbs you can find
( had + past participle) or (have + past participle)
Ethiopia president denies feud with PM Abiy
Ethiopia’s President Sahle-Work Zewde has denied a report by a Paris-based magazine,
alleging she had disagreements with Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed over the year-long war
that began in the northern Tigray region but has since spread to other parts of the country.
The Africa Report claimed the seasoned diplomat “neither approves nor supports Prime
Minister Abiy Ahmed’s warmongering policy”.
Ms Sahle-Work said in her statement on Tuesday night that she had never met the story’s
author Francois Soudan, Editor-in-Chief of Jeune Afrique (the French version of the
“I don’t think it’s a coincident the story is out today. This is an attempt to show there is
disagreements among leaders,” she added.
On Monday Mr Abiy said he would go to the frontline to fight the Tigray rebels.
“Like many, I’m heartbroken. Fighting a civil war is particularly tragic,” said Ms Sahle-Work,
whose role as head of state is largely ceremonial.
“It is up to us Ethiopians to find the way to resolve the conflict in our country. Prime
Minister Abiy Ahmed has issued directives as leader of government, and we all engaged in
putting our knowledge and skills to bear to follow the path that has been set.”
In past comments Ms Sahle-Work has said the government was keen to solve the conflict
peacefully while hinting that the government had been provoked into war with Tigray
The African Union has been leading efforts for warring sides to agree to a ceasefire, but
there has been little progress.