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We use Present Perfect Tense when we are talking about activities which happened in the past but their results are visible now.

The lift has broken down.

I've washed the car.


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When we are talking about activities which have happened a specific number of times within pre-present period of time e.g. today, this morning, this year etc.

He has rung up three times this morning already.


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When we are talking about activities which started in the past and continue until now.

He has been in the army for two years.

I have smoked since I left school.


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