Day: 15 September 2020

Key Differences Between Simple Past Tense and Present Perfect Tense

We generally use the present perfect tense to talk about actions that have a link with the present. Nonetheless, it is also possible to use the past tense to express such actions. Also, the adverbs β€˜just’, β€˜recently’ and β€˜lately’ can be used to denote that the action being spoken about happened in the recent past. It is also possible to use the adverb β€˜already’ to denote that the action is completed. However, if the sentence happens to be negative, we oftentimes use the adverb β€˜yet’ provided the sentence is said in the present perfect tense. Look at the example sentences given below:

What Happens After Death Could You Find?

I do my duties diligently, all of which I come across in this very place,
What I doubly ensure is to try my best in all situations to be kind;
Oh, yeah! I also ask this question today as I only everything embrace:
If nothingness exists, what happens after death, could you find?