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    When should I use the perfect present and the simple past?

    Can someone help me? I don't know when should I use the perfect present and the simple past? Thank you!

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    Re: When should I use the perfect present and the simple past?

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    Use simple past when the event is over and done with, and has no ramifications which carry into the present.

    There are a lot of websites which supply verb tense information, for instance THIS ONE.
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