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What's the difference in the nuance of saying between "has found me" and "found me"?


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Rebecca

The difference between "has found me" and "found me" are the tenses that they are in. "Found me" is in the past simple tense. This tense shows that something has already happened in the past and is no longer happening in the present. The past simple tense is formed by just using the past simple form of a verb. Ex: She found a dollar bill. Ex: He ate pizza for supper. Ex: My team won the Super Bowl. "Has found me" is in the present perfect tense. This tense shows that something has happened in the past and is continuing to happen in the present or still has an impact on the present. The present perfect tense is formed by using have or has plus the past participle form of the verb. Ex: I have eaten dinner already. Ex: She has driven many times. Ex: They have stolen a valuable item.


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