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In the Spanish version, for the preterite perfect 'right' answers it gives me the present perfect conjugation.

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      • Mark YazhariMark Yazhari commented  · 

        Yes, I've noticed this too. Looks like the "preterite perfect" tense is really the present perfect tense. Would love for the real preterite perfect tense to be added to the app as well.

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