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    Present Perfect

    Present Perfect = "has" or "have" + past participle

    • Tony Randall has died.
      It has happened.
      We have heard the news.
      I have finished vacuuming the floor.
      We have played that game.
      I have lived here for a year.
      She has lived here for a month.

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    Re: Present Perfect

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    Present Perfect = "has" or "have" + past participle

    • Tony Randall has died.
      It has happened.
      We have heard the news.
      I have finished vacuuming the floor.
      We have played that game.
      I have lived here for a year.
      She has lived here for a month.
    I knew Tony Randall. He was a great man and he will be missed.

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    Re: Present Perfect

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    Present Perfect = "has" or "have" + past participle

    • Tony Randall has died.
      It has happened.
      We have heard the news.
      I have finished vacuuming the floor.
      We have played that game.
      I have lived here for a year.
      She has lived here for a month.
    I knew Tony Randall. He was a great man and he will be missed.
    It's a small world. (I was watching the news while I was composing those sentences.)

    The world has lost something.


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