I have given your life purpose as your friend.
So the simple past 1) is also acceptable, IMO.
Jane has given her suitcase to the porter.
My granny gave me that book last week.The Present Perfect Continuous Tense have / has been giving The old woman has been giving tips to all the people in the village all her life.BMO, the only difference between 1 and 2 involves the verb tenses in the relative clauses.Here I stand, my days and nights now are solitude.I've lost it all, no trace of tolerance I can find.The old man was femilet gavekort finally reunited with.Heres a hypothetical construct: I have given money in the past to the American Red Cross but I have decided that from now on, I will support oxfam.It only means that the action occurred at some point in the past.Both are correct and depend on context.You would do well to concentrate on the task I have given you, Doctor.
The only other comment I have is about "united".
The Present Continuous Tense am / is / are giving At the moment I am giving my colleagues some instructions on dealing with this new equipment.
I have given to this place.
Some of the answers to this question indicate that I have given money means that there is an expectation that the money will be returned.
An empty heart, i've paid my price, all I had I gave.Id like to give my wife a nice present for our wedding anniversary.The Future Continuous Tense will be giving At this time tomorrow I will be giving food to the animals in the pet shop.The Past Perfect Continuous Tense had been giving Why had you been giving them their food for so long as the group had to leave?The Future Perfect Continuous Tense will have been giving By the time the canteen closes Fred will have been giving out food for 8 hours.The Future Perfect Tense will have given By the time my father arrives I will already have given you a lift home.I have given specific instructions to the Pawnee Videodome about how they are going to spend their money.The Present Perfect Tense have / has given Tom has given us his new laptop computer.The instructions will have been given by the time the boss comes.
Simple Continuous Perfect Perfect Continuous Present Copy-books are given in to the teacher twice a week.