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Your neighbor is going on vacation for two weeks. You are a sales assistant at a shoe store. A customer is looking at several pairs of shoes. You are a customer service representative at a large company.

A woman has just approached your desk. You and your wife discover that your car has been stolen. A couple of tourists look lost. Note: There may be more than one match for each expression. So, when the point in time is not important, we can use present perfect to talk about that. For example, "I have been to France.

You'll see verbs used with progressive tense in this case, too. So, for example, "have been" plus the "ing" form of a verb. We also commonly use "for" and "since" to talk about the entire length of time an action has happened, or has been happening, rather. So, for example, "I have been speaking for about four minutes," or, "He has been listening to me since I started this video. Past perfect, on the other hand, refers to things that happened in the past.

So, we're not talking about the relationship between the past and the present, we're talking about the relationship between a past action and some other past point.

So, for example, "I had been studying for three hours when I fell asleep. If you're telling a story and there are two points in your story that were in the past, you can use past perfect tense to explain the thing that came first; then, use simple past to explain the thing that happened nearer to the present, as I did in this story.

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As I also mentioned in this example sentence, if you want to describe a past action that was continuing and that was, then, interrupted, you can use this pattern, this past perfect to simple past tense pattern. So, we use it for that. We also use it to talk about life experience, again, so general life experience or no life experience, but at a past point in time.

So, "by my 10th birthday" is a point in the past. I'm obviously not 10 years old now. So, by my 10th birthday, I had saved. So, when we want to talk about past experiences in relation to other past points, you can use the past perfect tense.

So, you can find some other videos about present perfect tense and, soon, about past perfect tense on the channel soon. So, I hope that you check those out for some more information.

I hope that this helps you too. Next question comes from Hanas Bayu. Hi, Hanas. Hanas says, "What's the difference between 'follow' and 'subscribe? For online media hubs like Twitter and Facebook, and YouTube, they have the same feeling, they have the same meaning.

You click the button and you receive updates from that person or from that company, or whatever. In terms of a more historical meaning, though, the word, "subscribe," was, and is, used for regular publications.

So, for example, "We subscribed to a magazine," or, "We subscribed to a newspaper. So, for example, if you subscribe to a monthly magazine, you expect to receive the magazine once a month. That's a subscription. So, the same word carries over into YouTube. When we subscribe to someone's channel, we expect to see their content. We expect that when that person creates something, we are going to receive it. So, in YouTube's case, this means we have a channels you follow list or we see something in our email that says, "Oh, this channel has posted a new video.

Of course, not everyone on YouTube posts regularly but this is the idea.

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Maybe, you're not expecting to receive something on a regular basis, but if that person or that company, or brand, or whatever chooses to share something, you're saying you want to have the ability to quickly and easily check that thing.

So, this is why we don't really use "subscribe for Twitter" or "subscribe on Facebook" or "on Instagram. For YouTube, though, it makes sense, because it's like we're getting something regularly. Many people on YouTube create content regularly. So, "subscribe" is a better fit in this case.

So, I hope that this helps answer your question. Folk Tales.

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