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@Schianu posted:

Hello! Could you tell me which one  is correct? I am a little confused about the verb tense after present perfect.

1. He has sensed that I am scared.

2. He has sense that I have been scared.

Hi, Schianu—(2) is ungrammatical; it should be "has sensed," not "has sense." Apart from that, the "that"-clause can have either tense. The difference in meaning is so negligible here that it is not worth splitting hairs about.

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