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it is hard to distinguish that when i should use a past perfect or a present perfect.
for example,

I have played a game

I had played a game

it depends on the the moment when i finished a game, but it is too vague. how can i use them correctly?

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it is hard to distinguish that when i should use a past perfect or a present perfect.
for example,

I have played a game

I  had played a game

it depends on the the moment when i finished a game, but it is too vague. how can i use them correctly?
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