例文：”We found him.” 「我々は彼を見つけた。」
It indicates that the action of finding “him” occurred at some point in the past, and there is no specific reference to the present. It’s a straightforward statement of a past event.
例文：”We have found him.” 「我々は彼を見つけた。」
It indicates that the action of finding “him” happened in the past, but there is a connection to the present. It implies that the result of finding “him” is relevant or important in the present context. This tense is often used when the time of the action is not specified or when there’s a focus on the current situation resulting from the action.
例文：”We have found him, and he is on his way here now.”
The present perfect suggests a connection between something that happened in the past and the present time. The situation or event does not have to continue until the time of speaking, only to have some connection or relevance to the present time.
(Unit 8 Present and past time: review, page 16, Advanced Grammar in Use Third Edition by Martin Hewings, Cambridge University Press)
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