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comment "experienced" vs. "have experienced"? (Simple past vs. Existential sense of perfect)?
But this answer at english.stackexchange.com/a/63263/18396 implies that present perfect can be used for past events too (See the second point about "Existential sense of perfect"). My sentence is indicating an existence of a past event. Then why can't it be written in present perfect tense?
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comment "experienced" vs. "have experienced"? (Simple past vs. Existential sense of perfect)?
@ElliottFrisch Thank you for the clarification. However, I am having difficulty understanding this concept. As far as I understand, "Together we experienced our first joy ride" is indicating the existence of a past event where the past event is "experienced our first joy ride". Where am I making a mistake?
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comment "experienced" vs. "have experienced"? (Simple past vs. Existential sense of perfect)?
@ElliottFrisch Why doesn't the "Existential sense of perfect" apply in these cases?
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asked "experienced" vs. "have experienced"? (Simple past vs. Existential sense of perfect)?
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asked How to get rid of the extra height in TR and TD when it contains an IMG element?
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revised Photo album with a horizontal scrollbar
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comment Photo album with a horizontal scrollbar
@j08691 I want each image to be 40% of the width of the page. Now, with this width, only two and a half image would fit in the page. I want a scrollbar to appear for the remaining pictures.
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asked Photo album with a horizontal scrollbar
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asked Modifying a variable more than once in a statement and order of evaluation of function arguments in JavaScript
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accepted Why does the <C-n> syntax for using control key work with :command command but not with :normal command?
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comment Why does the <C-n> syntax for using control key work with :command command but not with :normal command?
@benjifisher It works in the sense that when I enter :Down, the cursor moves one line down. I have not defined :cmap or :map! for <C-N>. What is the error message that you get?
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asked Why does the <C-n> syntax for using control key work with :command command but not with :normal command?
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accepted Set callback along with its parameters and invoke the callback later
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accepted Why does the vim gt command does not set alternate file as expected?
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