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    caused or has caused

    Without a specific context, can the verb ‘caused’ be used in place of ‘has caused’ in the sentence below? I think it’s okay but I am unsure.

    - It is Jenny’s voice, not her ideas, that has caused the audience to sit up and listen.

    Thank you!

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    Re: caused or has caused

    For me, it is OK.

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