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    Default practical grammar

    Dear Teacher,
    Please tell me what is the different between didnt and havent
    some time i confuce with didnt and havent please give some example
    Thanks

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    Didn't- used for the past tense, which is for finished actions in a finished period or time:
    I didn't see her yesterday
    Haven't- used for finished actions in an unfinished period of time, or unfinished states:
    I haven't had breakfast today.

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