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I think we can only use "this month" with the present perfect tense not with the past tense. Here 'this month' is used with past tense which is wrong I think because we specify the time while using simple past

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It's perfectly correct.

The project has been finished; the act of bringing it to life took place over a period of time, and that period was earlier in the current month.

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  • So we can use words like "this month" "this day" "this year" with simple past as well?
    – Sameer
    Jul 31 at 16:51
  • I woke this day with a headache
    – djs
    Jul 31 at 17:18
  • Well you'd say "today" rather than "this day", but yes. Jul 31 at 17:40

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