I have a question regarding the order of tenses. Even after looking at many graphs and questions, I couldn't quite figure out the place of present perfects.
I thought the order went from past perfect-> past simple-> present perfect-> present-> future.
Then I saw this example on a website:
The fans would like to have seen some improvement this year. ["Would like" describes a present condition; "to have seen" describes something prior to that time.]
Is would not past tense? How can the present perfect happen before the past tense?
If that is true, is one of these more correct than the other? I thought that the second one would be better since "present perfect" happened after "simple past", but now I'm not quite sure.
I did it as you've requested.
I've done it as you requested.