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Guest:I would like to know the difference between past perfect and present perfect tense with clear and simple examples
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Present perfect for an action that has happened in the past (before now): I have eaten there before; I have always enjoyed his company; I have finished my homework [the exact time of the action cannot be mentioned, as it may with the simple past].
Past perfect for an action that occured before another related past action: I had eaten before they arrived; I had always enjoyed his company before he insulted me; I had finished my homework by the time my favorite TV show came on.
Anonymous:I'd like to know the difference between past perfect and present perfect with clear and simple examples in courteous oganisation with respect to English grammer.
Anonymous:Nose cuando usar el presente perfecto o el pasado perfecto. Me confunden los dos.
Tampoco me sale mucho lo de Word Formation !!! Y nose como voy a hacer en la preuba.
alguien me puede ayudar?
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