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    difference between we have idintefied and we idintefied?

    hey guys i am trying to improve my english so i watch english movie and i have some questions i have sentences said in the movie and i want to know why its said like that.

    hey guys i want to know what is the differnce of all of this

    1-difference between we have idintefied and we idintefied?

    2-we have had a child.. why not saying we had a child?

    3- i must have felt .. why not i must had felt? what is the difference

    4-have you seen it? why not did you see it? what is the difference

    5-the last thing i want for us is to be enemies .. why not the last thing i want for us to be enemies??

    6-still hasn't come yet... why not didn't come yet?
    7-my friends hadn't agreed .. why not my friends didn't agree?
    8-you have spent most of the hour .. why not you spent most of the hour?

    i want to know the difference between them all :) thanks :D

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    Re: difference between we have idintefied and we idintefied?

    Hi Zamalekz, and welcome to Using English.

    First, please make sure your future posts use correct capital letters. All sentences start with a capital letter and the pronoun "I" is always capitalized as well.

    Next, your question is really broad, but I really like the Online Writing Lab (the OWL) at Purdue. I think this link might help you. After you have read this article, please come back with any specific questions.

    https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/601/01/
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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