change into present perfect tense
she brings a carpet (present perfect tense)
Simple Present tense: She brings a carpet. MEANING: she regularly or routinely does this. (It would be a very unusual situation for someone to regularly bring a carpet somewhere.)
Simple Past tense: She brought a carpet. MEANING: she did this in the past.
Present Perfect tense: She has brought a carpet. MEANING: she did this in the past, and this fact, this past event, is important now.
It is unusual to need to change a Simple Present tense to Present Perfect, because there is such a big difference in meaning.
I hope this helps. Let me know if you have any other questions.
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