Present Perfect Tense Verbs are simply known as the ‘action’ words – may it be mental, physical, or mechanical. When verbs are paired with auxiliaries (helping verbs), they are known as verb phrases. These helping verbs always go first before the actual verb. Perfect tenses serve a portraying the verb or the action word as something that already happened or is completed, thus the term ‘perfect’. If it is present perfect tense, it means that the action was already done relatively to the present (has/have with a past participle). If it is past perfect tense, the action is already finished relatively to the past (had with past participle and if it is future perfect tense, the action is completely relative to the future (will have with the past participle
i would pick a. i think this is more of a personal question though.
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