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Pls correct:

This was said during the present. His friends are still living there so shouldn't it be the latter?

two of my friends from canada were living there for 6 months and they are returning to canada this week so we partied

two of my friends from canada have been living there for 6 months and they are returning to canada this week so we partied

Thanks for the input.
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I have underlined some problems:

This was said during the present. His friends are still living there so shouldn't it be the latter?

two of my friends from canada were living there for 6 months and they are returning to canada this week so we partied

two of my friends from canada have been living there for 6 months and they are returning to canada this week so we partied
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I have underlined some problems:

This was said during the present. His friends are still living there, so shouldn't it be the latter?

Two of my friends from Canada were living there for 6 months, and they are returning to Canada this week, so we partied.

Two of my friends from Canada have been living there for 6 months, and they are returning to canada this week, so we partied.

Please tell me if both sentences can be used in the present or not?

Should it be the first or second? Since they're currently still there and wont be leaving till next week. Thanks!
Please tell me if both sentences can be used in the present or not? Should it be the first or second? Since they're currently still there and wont be leaving till next week.!-- Yes, only the second if they are still living there.