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Is this correct use of the perfect tense? I have aspired to be an engineer ever since I visited the facilities of an engineering firm in seventh grade.

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Past perfect tense? because then it would be "had aspired" and you have to continue the sentence in the same way, so it would be "HAD visited"
Oops sorry, present perfect. I'm just wondering if it is grammatically correct to say the sentence: I have aspired to be an engineer ever since I visited the facilities of an engineering firm in seventh grade. BTW, should "be" be "become"?
Yeah, I think it's okay, and yes "be" should be changed to "become." It sounds better that way. I also think you should insert "the" before seventh grade.

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