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I just wonder if i have a possibility to mix these tenses in this way. For example, i say about things happened in the past. Can i use present perfect to show result of this sentences in present? I know that i can do that with Present Simple but Past Simple suits it for me too. I can give you an example

  • I've gain weight after i ate many pizzas

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  • The day was bad for me anyway.I went to school and in the hall I broke my leg.Because of that I've gained a scar.
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    Because of that I've gained a scar. Present Perfect is auxiliary have + PAST PARTICIPLE gained, not "unmarked infinitive" gain. – FumbleFingers May 29 '20 at 16:54
  • @FumbleFingers oops yes, my mistake. But is using these tenses in that way right? – darya meoww May 29 '20 at 17:10

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