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George Hummel usually _____ with members of his department once a week to discuss schedule changes.

a) meeting b) meet c) meets d) have met

The answer is c, Ok,that's easy. But if I change 'have met' into 'has met', is this sentence correct, especially in grammar? So my question is;

George Hummel usually has met with members of his department once a week to discuss schedule changes.

Is this sentence correct? As a non-native, I'm often confused in using present perfect. So, Can I use present perfect with 'once a week'?

George Hummel usually _____ with members of his department once a week to discuss schedule changes.

a) meeting b) meet c) meets d) have met

The answer is c, Ok,that's easy. But if I change 'have met' into 'has met', is this sentence correct, especially in grammar? So my question is;

George Hummel usually has met with members of his department once a week to discuss schedule changes.

Is this sentence correct? As non-native, I'm often confused in using present perfect. So, Can I use present perfect with 'once a week'?

George Hummel usually _____ with members of his department once a week to discuss schedule changes.

a) meeting b) meet c) meets d) have met

The answer is c, Ok,that's easy. But if I change 'have met' into 'has met', is this sentence correct, especially in grammar? So my question is;

George Hummel usually has met with members of his department once a week to discuss schedule changes.

Is this sentence correct? As a non-native, I'm often confused in using present perfect. So, Can I use present perfect with 'once a week'?

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Can I use present perfect with 'once a week'?

George Hummel usually _____ with members of his department once a week to discuss schedule changes.

a) meeting b) meet c) meets d) have met

The answer is c, Ok,that's easy. But if I change 'have met' into 'has met', is this sentence correct, especially in grammar? So my question is;

George Hummel usually has met with members of his department once a week to discuss schedule changes.

Is this sentence correct? As non-native, I'm often confused in using present perfect. So, Can I use present perfect with 'once a week'?