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I have received a request from Jack Glick from Israel. Jack has kindly sent in a photo of himself.
Jack writes: Could you please explain the present perfect for dummies. Thanks in advance.
I have decided to make a very short, but sweet Dose to make this verb tense as easy as possible. The present perfect is formed using the auxiliary verb to have and a main verb in the past participle.
10th of May 2011
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