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Daemon
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Present Perfect Tense

The present perfect tense is formed by using a form of the auxiliary verb "have" along with the past participle of the "main" verb. If something is described using the present perfect, at what point in time did it happen? More...
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Present Perfect Tense
The present perfect tense is formed by using a form of the auxiliary verb "have" along with the past participle of the "main" verb.
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Daemon wrote:
Present Perfect Tense

The present perfect tense is formed by using a form of the auxiliary verb "have" along with the past participle of the "main" verb. If something is described using the present perfect, at what point in time did it happen? More...
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The present perfect tense is formed by using a form of the auxiliary verb "have" along with the past participle of the "main" verb.
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