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    Cool completed or has completed

    Hello,

    I can't figure out which tense is correct in the following sentence....can you help me please?: (The 20 hours' course has just finished.)

    -she has almost completed one whole level in 20 hours! (Present perfect besause present consequence: today her level is higher)
    -she almost completed one whole level in 20 hours ( the 20 hours' course is finished> past simple)
    Thanks a lot for your help.
    Will
    Last edited by Will17; 16-Jan-2014 at 07:39.

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    Re: completed or has completed

    NOT A TEACHER
    I would say that you could use both with slightly different meanings. (You have already explained the difference in the brackets.)

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