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Arinn

I understand that the present perfect is used for actions that have relevance to the present moment, and the simple past is used for actions completed in the past. However, I often find myself unsure about when exactly to use each tense. For instance, if I want to talk about a movie I watched recently, should I say "I have watched a movie" or "I watched a movie"? Could someone clarify the nu

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    • Arinn Arinn write something in EnglishI understand that the present perfect is used for actions that have relevance to the present moment, and the simple past is used for actions completed in the past. However, I often find myself unsure about when exactly to use each tense. For instance, if I want to talk about a movie I watched recently, should I say "I have watched a movie" or "I watched a movie"? Could...

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