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I worked/have word
Is it possible to explain the difference between these 3 sentences in a few words ?
"I worked in China."
"I have worked in China."
"I have been working in China."
Re: I worked/have word
not at teacher
Different tenses are used - past tense, present perfect tense and present perfect continuous tense. Just read up more on the tenses.
Last edited by tedtmc; 06-Mar-2010 at 12:02.
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