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From "What have I lost right now?"
Is it alright to use present perfect or should use other tense?
Last edited by Supachoke; 14-Mar-2009 at 17:41.
To me, "what have I lost just now" or "what did I lose just now" sounds better, although I can't think of a real life context for them.
With the way the stock market is, MANY people are asking
What have I lost as of now?
What have I lost so far?
Howspeak the english reqularly
A: What did I lose?
B: I don't know. What are you missing?