Have you came to India?

kingston_123

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Have you came to India?
Did you come to India?

Please tell me the difference in the meaning between these two.
 

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The first is ungrammatical. The second is grammatical, but I can't readily think of a context in which it would make sense.
 
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Kingston, this is the third time I have had to change your thread title. Titles such as "What is the difference ..." and "Are my sentences correct" are useless on this forum. Titles should be unique and relevant to their thread and they should include some/all of the words/phrases you are asking us about.
Please save us the effort of changing titles and use better titles in future.
 

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If the person is in India, you wouldn't be asking the question, so Kadioguy's question makes more sense.
 

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present-past-perfect tenses
 

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Should I always use the past participle in interoggative sentences?
 
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