Errors with Perfect Tenses


I HAVE slept well yesterday. Wrong.

I HAD slept well yesterday. Right.

I HAVE eaten my lunch today. Wrong.

I HAD eaten my lunch today. Right.

I ATE my lunch today. Right.

He WOKE UP at six in the morning. Wrong.

He HAD WOKEN UP at six in the morning. Right.


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