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3 Dec 2021

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Do people often make mistakes of using PAST TENSE verb instead of PRESENT PERFECT TENSE verb after "have"?

e.g.
- I've ate breafast early.
- Haven't any of you gave her a notice?
- I should've took what he said more seriously.

is that mistake a common phenomenon that most native speakers naturally accept in day to day talk?

or is that a type of mistake that sounds really..... well, uneducated so to speak?

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