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  1. Tomer

    Diffrence between "I have lit" and "I lit"


    Can someone explain me the difference between: I have lit one (a cigarette) and I lit one (a cigarette)

    I'm trying to figure out when to use "have" and when not


  2. Casiopea's Avatar

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    Re: Diffrence between "I have lit" and "I lit"

    I'll start. Here are examples for have lit:

    At present or before
    Ex: I have (just now) lit a cigarette.
    Ex: I know how to light a cigarette because I have lit one before.


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