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  • this is everyday grammar.

  • I'm and I'm Rossiya.

  • I read a science story the other day, and it said researchers have discovered important relationships between different types of animals.

  • I see where you're going with this.

  • The writer used the present perfect tense, right?

  • Why would the writer use the present perfect tense?

  • English speakers use the present perfect tense to talk about actions or states that happened in the past.

  • These actions or states continue into the present or they're still important.

  • In the present, you will often see verbs of discovery used in the present perfect tense, particularly in academic writing.

  • Writers views the verbs to tell about past research or studies.

  • These results continue to be important.

  • So that is why the science writer wrote.

  • Researchers have discovered important relationships between different types of animals.

  • Common discovery burbs that are frequently used in the present perfect tense include discover, find show on reveal.

  • Do you know how to make the present perfect tense of these birds?

this is everyday grammar.

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Everyday Grammar: Discovery Verbs (Present Perfect Tense)

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    林宜悉   posted on 2020/07/03
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