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1. I have fought with Bill and have felt sorry later.
(Is it correct?)

2. I have fought with Bill.
3. I have ever fought with Bill.
4. I fought with Bill and I feel sorry for that now.

(Does #2 mean #3 or #4?)

  • English -

    Only 2 and 4 are correct.

  • English -

    Thank you.
    How about the following?

    * I have fought with Bill before.

    (is this correct?)

  • English -

    Yes. It's correct.

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