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    Default I've missed you

    I know that Present Perfect is used with the situation that occurred in the past & continue to present time. But I wonder whether the use of Present Perfect is used in the following sentences:

    1) I have missed you very much so far.or I have to say ( I miss you very much at the moment.)only
    2) I still didn't forget all the impressive things there at RAAF Royal Australia Airforce Base. I still have missed everything there.or I have to say (I still miss everything there.)

    3) I still have remembered all the good things at Melbourne,AUS until now.or I have to say (I still remember all the good things at Melbourne, AUS now) only.

    Please advise me. Thank you for your time.
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    Default Re: I've missed you

    Yes, you can use Present Perfect in those sentences

    2) I didn't still forget all the impressive things there at RAAF Royal Australia Airforce Base. I have still missed everything there.
    3) I have still remembered all the good thing at Melbourne,AUS until now. (or I still remember ................now.)

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    Default Re: I've missed you

    Quote Originally Posted by phorntita View Post
    I know that Present Perfect is used with the situation that occurred in the past & continue to present time. But I wonder whether the use of Present Perfect is used in the following sentences:
    1) I have missed you very much so far. (or I miss you very much at the moment.)
    2) I still didn't forget all the impressive things there at RAAF Royal Australia Airforce Base. I still have missed everything there.( or I still miss everything there.)
    3) I still have remembered all the good thing at Melbourne,AUS until now. (or I still remember ................now.)

    Please advise me. Thank you for your time.
    Phorntita
    1) I have missed you very much so far. (or I miss you very much at the moment.) Both of these are correct, but they have different meanings.
    2) I still didn't forget all the impressive things there at RAAF Royal Australia Airforce Base. I still have missed everything there.( or I still miss everything there.) "I still miss everything there" or "I still haven't forgotten..."
    3) I still have remembered all the good thing at Melbourne,AUS until now. (or I still remember ................now.) "I still remember..."

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