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What is the difference between "It seems as if he has no warries "and “It seems as if he had no worries"??? They are too similar to let me understand it .

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    "It seems as if he has no worries" means that in the present, it seems as though he does not have any worries (emphasizing present situation), whereas "It seems as if he had no worries" means that in the past, it seemed as though he had no worries, but now the situation has changed, meaning he might have worries now.

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