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1. This year he has learned Chinese.

(Does this sentence mean that he is learning Chinese now? Or does this sentence mean that he learned Chinese for some period, but he is not learning Chinese? Does this sentence mean continuous action or the result of the past action?)

2. This year he has been learning English.
(This mean that he started learning English and he is learning English now. Am I right?)

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    1. Has learned Chinese means the learning is in the past, it is not in the present.

    2. correct.

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