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    before is correct with present perfect

    I have passed my degree in 2001.
    I passed my degree in 2001. In this sentence, I know second one is correct. But

    I have passed my degree before two years. Is this correct in this sentence.
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    Re: before is correct with present perfect

    Quote Originally Posted by edmondjanet View Post
    I have passed my degree in 2001. X, in BrE
    I passed my degree in 2001.

    I have passed my degree before two years. Is this correct in this sentence. NO
    Not only is it not correct, it means little.

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