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    help needed regarding tenses

    Could you please tell me the difference between these two sentences:

    "I lived in London for 2 years."

    "I have lived in London for 2 years."

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    Re: help needed regarding tenses

    "I lived in London for 2 years."
    => I no longer live in London.

    "I have lived in London for 2 years."
    => I still live in London.

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