Woods wrote:"I have lived in Turku for ten years." - does that necessarily mean that I still live there?
Is it exactly the same as "I've been living...," or can I use it for something that happened ten years ago, because the experience still matters in the present?
vijayjohn wrote:What about I have lived in 3 states this year?
linguoboy wrote:vijayjohn wrote:What about I have lived in 3 states this year?
You're still living in one of them, aren't you?
Woods wrote:Vijay, how long have you lived in the US?
"I've done this before." - well, if we can't explain it with relevance to the present, then I don't know how...
"I've seen so many films that I don't want to see no more!" - it's quite clear that I'm not seeing any more movies, but I guess the perfect is still what should be used here - because I remember all the films that I've seen or something.
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