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Hello Minoo ma'am and friends, I am having difficulties to understand perfect simple tences and with since & for because we don't have any perfect tenses in my native language so translation is even very difficult. plaese consider following scenario. I start playing tennis at 8 AM and stopped at 10 AM when friend A visits me. In afternoon Friend B visits me and asks "what I have done today?" which are the correct ones context wise. 1) I have played tennis. 2) I have played tennis for 2 hours. 3) I had played tennis for 2 hours before friend A visited me
Hello tutor, I have recently joined this platform and i am very much glad to learn here. I have a question for following scenario. scenario 1 : I am returning from my office. I reach my home. I open the door and instantly notice that someone was in my home in my absence. I want to call my friend and tell what has happened? which tense(s) are appropriate? 1) Somebody had been in my home when i was at office. (past perfect) 2) It looks like somebody has been in my home. 3) somebody has been being in my home. ( present perfect continuous in the case of stopped action/ recently