||Yi, Liu. (2016). A Corpus-based Study on the Use of English Present Perfect by Chinese EFL Learners. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 24(2), 41-55. Through the comparison of the corpora of LOCNESS and CLEC, this study examines Chinese EFL learners unique features in using English present perfect. It shows that Chinese learners are more obsessed with using resultative perfect compared with native speakers (p<.05). And Chinese learners use more experiential perfect along with their rising English proficiency, and there is a huge gap between different proficient learners (p<.05). With respect to persistent and recent perfect, both native and non-native speakers marginally used them. Chinese learners performance may be influenced by many factors such as L1/L2 interference, typicality of target language, learners different English proficiency, and learners avoidance of using target language, and so on. This study hopes to provide some implications to the EFL teaching.