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    Question It was or It is + present perfect

    Is there any difference in meaning between the following two sentences?

    1) It was the best experience I have had in my life.
    2) It is the best experience I have had in my life.

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    Re: It was or It is + present perfect

    Quote Originally Posted by df2006 View Post
    Is there any difference in meaning between the following two sentences?
    You don't have to use present perfect tense.
    1) It was the best experience I (have) had in my life. talking about a past experience
    2) It is the best experience I (have) had in my life. could be talking about the present or the past

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