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    did

    1-Have you heard about Michel?
    2-Did you hear about Michel?

    What’s the difference between these Q in the meaning not grammer?
    When do you use these Q?

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    Re: did

    Quote Originally Posted by learner. View Post
    1-Have you heard about Michel?
    2-Did you hear about Michel?

    What’s the difference between these Q in the meaning not grammer?
    When do you use these Q?

    Thanks.
    In this case they are used to mean the same thing.
    If you wanted to be pedantic you could make the case that the normal grammatical implications (of simple past v. present perfect) apply.

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