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  1. Iraj2009
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    Hi,
    I have following question:
    What is the difference between following two sentences: "Two men are arrested" and "Two men have been arrested". I have heard both sentences from "news" programs.


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    I highly recommend reading grammar books to learn about the present tense and the present perfect tense.

    Present Perfect Tense - English Grammar The Easy Way
    I hope this webpage is helpful.

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