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Hi! I have a bit stupid question, because sometimes I get confused when it comes to Present Perfect (I often use it even when I should use Past Simple). When I'm talking about the past (about three years ago), precisely the place where I lived, which tense should I use? Present Perfect, Past Simple, Past Perfect or maybe other one? I'm not sure which one of sentences below (if any) is correct. Oh, and context is that I'm talking about my past and places where I lived. Chronologically it's "other city -> Poznan -> other city" so living in Poznan is not the first or the last part of the time I'm talking about.

I have also lived in Poznan for three years.
I lived in Poznan three years.
I had had lived in Poznan for three years.

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