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The continuous aspect with repeated actions

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Asking about recent action - Present Perfect or Past Simple - how a native speaker would do it nowadays?

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Present Perfect or Present Perfect Continuous

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Choice of tense question

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I've exercised for two months

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Continuous aspect for something happening again and again. What nuances does the aspect add to the meaning of sentence?

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Present vs. present continuous in this sentence

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Present perfect questions with past simple answers

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I've taken the dog for a walk

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past simple and present perfect

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Which tense is correct here, past perfect or present perfect?

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Present Perfect vs. Past Simple when there is still a chance for the subject to do what they are being asked about

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There has been a school. What does this sentence mean?

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are these present perfect a good choice in my text

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Present perfect with "from"

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Past Continuous with for

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Past simple or Past perfect prgressive

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perfect continous and perfect tenses

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I've lost my key, but I found it just now

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"Julie has cooked dinner Let's go and eat!" (PrPerf vs PrPerfCont)

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Idioms meaning "everybody"

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Present perfect continuous and finished (or not) actions

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Why can't I use Present Perfect Continuous or vice versa Present Perfect forms in these sentences?

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an "average" home with computation

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The use of the past perfect after the present perfect in one sentence

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"I regret that Mary said that John had bought {something / anything} in that shop"

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Choosing between Present perfect and Past perfect

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What is your biggest problem as an English language learner?

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What is the difference between "You have been banned from this server" and "You were banned from this server"?

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Question about the tense used when talking about a general scenario

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