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  • Amrapali

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    The present perfect tense is a verb tense in English that is used to indicate an action or state that has occurred at some point in the past, but has relevance to the present.

    The structure of the present perfect tense is:

    “have/has” + past participle

    For example:

    • I have eaten lunch.
    • She has visited Paris.
    • They have studied for the exam.

    The present perfect contrasts with the simple past tense, which is used to describe actions or states that occurred in the past without a connection to the present. The present perfect suggests that the past action or state has some kind of influence or relevance in the present moment.

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