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Form and use

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The plane has landed safely.

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They have graduated. Congratulations!

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Federer has lost the semifinal match in Melbourne .

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Nole has won the Australian Open for the second time.

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The present perfect tells us about the past and the present.

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have/has + past participle POSITIVE I/you/we/they have gone. OR I/you/we/they've gone. He/she/it has gone. OR He/she/it's gone. NEGATIVE I/you/we/they haven‘t gone. He/she/it hasn‘t gone.

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INTERROGATIVE Have I/you/we/they gone? Has he/she/it gone? SHORT ANSWERS Yes, I have. OR No, I haven’t. Yes, he has. OR No, he hasn’t.

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When we use the present perfect, we see things as happening in the past but having a result in the present. I’ve bought some presents.

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We use the present perfect with today and phrases with this, e.g. this morning, this week, this year. We've done quite a good job today.

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When we ask / talk about our experience Have you ever been to London? No, I haven’t. And you?

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With lately and recently meaning “in the last few days/weeks” Have I told you lately that I love you?

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With just to express the action finished a short time ago We’ve just come back from our holiday.