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amber

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2020.05.01 14:36
hey!

❌I don't decide yet❌
✔I haven't decided yet✔

You can say "I don't know yet", because you are talking about the present. "I haven't decided yet" is the present perfect verb tense, and that means that you still need to make a decision.

Does this make sense? Feel free to ask me any questions!
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  • Mikael Rodrigues 2020.05.01 14:39

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    I'm portuguese teacher, and I'm thinking how can I not to associated this things
  • Shinichi 2020.05.01 14:41

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    I always looking forward to watch your moment! Thank you. 🤩
  • amber 2020.05.01 15:07

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    @Mikael Rodrigues it takes time and practice not to associate the two together! But you can learn it!!
  • Isadora Alves 2020.05.01 15:59

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    I usually mix up the present perfect and simple past.
  • Gabriele. 2020.05.01 20:17

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    I have a question If I write I am eating or I have been eating I know they are different but sometimes can they both working in the same context ?
  • amber 2020.05.02 00:38

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    @Gabriele. I am eating means that's what the speaker is doing right now. I have been eating means that recently the speaker ate. In some contexts, I have been eating means that the speaker was eating before, and still is eating now. Does this make sense?

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