Can you set the time frame of an event with present perfect? I'm wondering if you can refer to specific events (but without using actual time references like "yesterday") by using present perfect.
I have done these exercise routines before. And I always did them after I ate a light breakfast.
Does this make sense? Can I switch to simple past because I am referring to some events that must have happened at certain times? Or do I have to avoid being specific by using present perfect to explain everything related to these events?
I have done these exercise routines before. And I have always done them after I have eaten a light breakfast.