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As Diego in the comments points out, "I have loved" actually makes perfect sense in English (and it's actually called the present perfect, the past perfect is "I had loved"). Consider someone wanting to express their love for someone existing from the point in time they met that person until the present moment. "I love you since I met you" makes no sense. ...


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"He querido" is more common when the action "querer" is close in time or is not finished. When using "quería" your listener will understand that it is an action completely finished (even a lot of time ago). Ex: Yo siempre he querido ser más alto (I've always wanted to be taller) not finished action Esta mañana he querido llamarte pero no he podido (This ...



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