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When I was studying English Grammar, I was asked to spot the error

I've submitted my documents last week.
Vs.
I submitted my documents last week.

What is wrong/the difference between both of these sentences?

closed as off-topic by Kris, Skooba, Nigel J, NVZ, user067531 Jan 28 '18 at 11:14

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I think both are correct, but the first one emphasise its current status of having been submitted.

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    This question is not suitable for EL&U. It belongs on ELL. It is not helpful to answer this sort of question as it is off-topic. – Nigel J Jan 27 '18 at 15:05

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