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Present Perfect vs Pasado Simple

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    Hamouda Y.
    SA
    Hamouda Y.

    Great lesson!

    Bridget Onoriode S.
    FI
    Bridget Onoriode S.

    it is wonderful. i especially benefited from the common mistakes part.

    Bridget Onoriode S.
    FI
    Bridget Onoriode S.

    i have completed module 9, comparing tenses-1, but it is not indicated, but i am moving on.

    Firuza J.
    AZ
    Firuza J.

    Thank you for the presentation.

    Cuc P.
    US
    Cuc P.

    Thañks

    Evaggelia G.
    GR
    Evaggelia G.

    good

    Clementina M S.
    ZA
    Clementina M S.

    Enjoyed the lesson

    PRINCE. E.
    NG
    PRINCE. E.

    good knowledge

    Fenol J.
    HT
    Fenol J.

    My question is I would like to know if you can't use since or for with the present perfect. I saw people use it. For example, I have studied English since October. Thank you

    Ljubisa V.
    RS
    Ljubisa V.

    It is important to know that past perfect is always connected with now, and that the past simple refers to the action which has no connection with now.

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