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Present Perfect (just, already, yet)

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Present Perfect (just, already, yet)
Present perfect with 'yet'
We use 'yet' to talk about things that are expected to happen.

It goes at the end of the sentence. Negative and questions.

No, I haven't read all of Dr Seuss' books
yet
.

Have you done your homework
yet
?
Present perfect with 'already'
We use 'already' to talk about things that happened sooner (before) than expected.

It goes between 'have/has' and the past participle. Affirmative and questions.

She's good at Math! She's
already
solved all the equations

Have you
already
finished with that?
Present perfect with 'just'
We use 'just' to talk about things that happened a short time ago (recently).

It goes between 'have/has' and the past participle. Mainly in affirmative sentences.

No thanks, I've
just
had lunch

She's
just
gone out
He has just started learning how to drive
Summing up...
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