View Poll Results: Past or Present Perfect

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  • I saw her yesterday.

    624 87.64%
  • I have seen her yesterday.

    88 12.36%
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Thread: Yesterday

  1. #11
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    Default Re: Yesterday

    The correct answer should be,

    I saw her yesterday.


    right?

  2. #12
    dinamohammed is offline Newbie
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    Default Re: Yesterday

    Still confused , i think it's the simple past one
    pls clarify more
    thnx in advance

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    Default Re: Yesterday

    I saw her yesterday..

  4. #14
    sweet heart is offline Newbie
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    Default Re: Yesterday

    eheeheheh

  5. #15
    binmosa is offline Newbie
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    Default Re: Yesterday

    :) This is very easy poll .. Mr.Tdol :)

    the answer is (I saw her yesterday. )

    because only in the simple past we show the time like ( yesterday , today , at 5 ...etc ).

  6. #16
    franck is offline Newbie
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    Default Re: Yesterday

    i saw her yesterday

    if you use i have seen, you mean you saw it in the past and you're still able to see it at the moment.
    if it was yesterday it's finished

  7. #17
    verbavolant is offline Newbie
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    Default Re: Yesterday

    it is very easy
    Answer is I have not seen her yesterday

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