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Help me choose the correct answer.

I .................English during the last a few months.       ( studied or have studied)



I .................English in the last a few months.       ( studied or have studied)

Is it right that

"During the last a few months " can be used as a key word to the present perfect. Meanwhile " in the last a few months" can be used as a key word to the past simple

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Hi, Poet 20,

@poet20 posted:

Help me choose the correct answer.

I .................English during the last a few months.       ( studied or have studied)



I .................English in the last a few months.       ( studied or have studied)

Is it right that

"During the last a few months " can be used as a key word to the present perfect. Meanwhile " in the last a few months" can be used as a key word to the past simple

Neither of them works. The usage of 'a' before 'few' is ungrammatical. Do you mean 'in the last few months' VS 'during the last few months'? Both of them can be used with the present perfect when there is a suitable context.

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