Simple past Vs Present perfect
Is difficult for me, to use present perfect. In Spanish exist a very similar concept called "preterito perfecto", but people rarely use it. Maybe some countries with more pure Spanish use it, but is Uncommon here.What do you use instead? Well, we use only simple past in all cases. I know, We use a poor version of the language, but is true
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