When it is a statement about a habit, a regular event, or things like that, what tense do we use in a noun clause: simple past or present perfect?
Whenever I am taking notes, I write down what the teacher taught.
Whenever I am taking notes, I write down what the teacher has taught.
In my view: I guess both are acceptable, but British English speakers might think it is better to use present perfect because they tend to perceive simple past is a single past event. However, I am not sure. Can anyone shed light on this topic?