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We have always helped each other and we’ll keep helping each other

We always help each other and we’ll keep helping each other

What’s the difference ? Are both of them correct?

  • The first sentence uses the Present Perfect (actions up to this point and relevant to the present), the second sentence uses the Present Simple (actions in general sense; general truth). – CowperKettle Oct 12 '19 at 9:44
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We have always helped each other and we will keep helping each other

We have always started helping each other for some time and we will continue to do so in the future.

The present perfect says that activity commenced in the past and is continuing up to the present moment.

We always help each other and we will keep helping each other

It is our habit to always help each other and we will continue to do so in the future too.

The simple present talks about present habit or a statement or fact.

Both the sentences are correct.

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