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Present perfect of mean

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Present perfect

I have meant

The present perfect tense is a combination of the present tense and perfect aspect that expresses an event in the past with consequences in the present.

For this tense we use auxiliary verbs in their base form in combination with main verbs in their past participle form. This tense is quite easy to learn but harder to use in practice, but nonetheless it’s a tense we must know. To properly construct sentences, we have to learn all the irregular verbs and know their forms.
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Other verbs conjugation mean

Present "mean"mean
Present Continuous "mean"am meaning
Simple past "mean"meant
Past Continuous "mean"was meaning
Present perfect "mean"have meant
Present perfect continuous "mean"have been meaning
Past perfect "mean"had meant
Past perfect continuous "mean"had been meaning
Future "mean"will mean
Future continuous "mean"will be meaning
Future perfect "mean"will have meant
Future perfect continuous "mean"will have been meaning

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