The present perfect simple is an important tense in English. Its structure is very simple:
have/has + past participle
However, many speakers of other languages have problems with its use. The graphic below presents the main uses of this tense. If you want to use the present perfect in speaking, it helps to listen to native speakers and notice how they are using the tense.
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What is the difference between “related past events” and “experiences”?
I feel they are similar.
I understand the confusion. Think about experiences as “things you have done in your life”. The focus is on your whole life (or a period of time up to now), not on a particular time in the past. For example, “I’ve had a very interesting life. I’ve visited lots of countries, I’ve met lots of interesting people …” With past events, you focus on a particular time in the past, e.g. “I visited France last year”.
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