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    #1

    Have brushed the teeth VS brush the teeth

    I have brushed the teeth in the every morning.

    Vs

    I brush my teeth in the every morning.

    Which one is more possible?

    Or

    Are both sentences wrong?

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    Re: Have brushed the teeth VS brush the teeth

    They are both wrong. We always say "to brush my teeth" when we are talking about ourselves. "In the every morning" is incorrect. It's just "every morning" (or you can say "in the morning" to mean a habitual action too).

    I brush my teeth every morning.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Have brushed the teeth VS brush the teeth

    They are both wrong.

    I brush my teeth every morning.
    I have brushed my teeth every morning for 75 years.

    (Cross-posted)

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