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comment Present Perfect usage
Yes, most of those sources (like your article) probably cite a connection with "now." The title is a giveaway: Shakespeare's histories are no more than legends, but they live. Ordinarily though, I would use Past Simple for things that are not recent or new
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comment Present Perfect usage
I'd go with Past Simple
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comment Present Perfect usage
But then, Noah, how could he speak? :-D
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answered Usage of past participle in “He said he thought it having had seen my medical record”
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comment Is there a single noun in English for 'jerry-rigged?'
Hi @RoaringFish. Yes, I discovered the OP's link a bit late. My more positive suggestions were placed at the bottom