Are these two sentences correct? Do they mean the same thing? Can I use them in the same context or situations?
1) I bought a new doll for you to play with in the yard.
2) I bought a new doll for you to play in the yard.
Could I use "I have bought" instead of "I bought" in both of them, or I'd be wrong?
Thanks so much for your explanations!
Interested in Language