You could use either.
Student or Learner
-I didn't come here to hear you jabber on about that.
-Kaido came here because there is something that he thinks is important to hear.
Why past simple? Why not present perfect?
Thank you for answer. It is not important which tense I used, is it? Is there any meaning difference between these tenses?
Thank you for correcting me. You see, my english is bad :) I wonder If we can use following sentence instead of prior sentence:
-I haven't came here to hear you jabber on about that.
No. "I haven't came" is not grammatical at all.
I have come.
I had come.
I will come.
Those are the present, past and future tenses of the verb "to come". You can replace "have" and "had" with "haven't" and "hadn't" for the negative.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
I did grammatical mistake, to write came instead of come. I wanted to ask to write this sentence in present perfect tense form is agreeable for this text.