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    Default present perfect

    Dear teachers, could you explain to me which of these sentences is correct?
    1.Lora has lost her passport again. Itís the second time this has happened.
    2.Lora has lost her passport again. Itís the second time this happens.
    3.Lora has lost her passport again. Itís the second time this happened.
    Thank you, very mach.

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    Default Re: present perfect

    1. would be the best choice here.

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