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My youngest brother spent about six years in prison for kidnapping and sexually assaulting a young woman he met at a bar. While he was in prison, we exchanged a few letters, but I did not go to visit him. He expressed remorse for what happened, and was receiving counseling in prison. He was released from prison earlier this year, and now lives about a 30-minute drive from where I live, so I've met him a few times for coffee or lunch. I've met himはなぜ過去形ではなく現在完了なのでしょうか?よろしくお願いします


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 I've met himはなぜ過去形ではなく現在完了なのでしょうか?  「経験」だと思います。日本語で言えば「コーヒーや昼ご飯を、一緒にしたことがある」と言った程度でしょう。





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  • 現在完了形について

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  • 現在完了の文について質問です。

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