- EN: I lived have lived | WordReference Forums
If by "past tense" you mean the preterit, then I'm sorry, but this is not true As other native English speakers have explained above, it is entirely possible to use "I have lived in England" if you no longer live there
- We visited France We have visited France | WordReference . . .
Hello, I cannot fathom the difference between these two sentences Can you explain to me what it is?Linguistically speaking, I mean We visited France We have visited France
- have breakfast - English-Spanish Dictionary . . .
have breakfast - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions
- Hampden, Baltimore - Wikipedia
History Named for English politician John Hampden, Hampden was originally settled as a residential community for workers at the mills that had sprung up along the Jones Falls; its first residents were in place well before the area was annexed to Baltimore City in 1889
- maybe - English-French Dictionary WordReference. com
maybe - traduction anglais-français Forums pour discuter de maybe, voir ses formes composées, des exemples et poser vos questions Gratuit
- Riku | Kingdom Hearts Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia
Terra chooses a young Riku as his successor During the events of Birth by Sleep, Riku was a five year old boy who lived on Destiny Islands, along with Sora
- The 7 Most Bizarrely Unlucky People Who Ever Lived . . .
You see people who have weird, one-in-a-million instances of bad luck, often over and over again, and you can't help but wonder if they didn't piss off a Gypsy at some point
- Anorith (Pokémon) - Bulbapedia, the community-driven . . .
Ruby : Anorith was regenerated from a prehistoric fossil This primitive Pokémon once lived in warm seas It grips its prey firmly between its two large claws