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Hello!
If i'm talking about a person who's still alive, should I say that

"She has won many awards."
or that
"She won many awards." ?

And also with "travelling":

Is it "He has travelled to many countries."
or
"He travelled to many countries." ?

Thanks!
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Both the past and present perfect are OK.
The present perfect is probably a better choice.
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"She won many awards." To me, this implies that she is no going to more, eg she may be dead or retired.

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also a question for me: if i put one of those in my test, will it be correct? we are talking about present perfect at school
anonymous Also a question for me: If I put one of those in my test, will it be correct? We are talking about present perfect at school.

As shown above. The first letter of a sentence is written in upper case.

It's unclear what you mean by putting one of those in your test.

Are you constructing a test for students? Or are you answering a question in a test that you are taking?

CJ

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