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Present Perfect: Just, Already, Yet

Just:

We use ‘just’ for things that happened very recently.

Example: I have just bought a car. ( Maybe yesterday :/. We don’t now but a short time ago )

Subject + have/has + just + Verb3

 

Already:

We use ‘already’ for something that happened before now. ‘Already’ tells us that there is no need for something anymore.

I don’t need money. I have already had a lot of money.

Subject + have/has + already + Verb3

 

Yet:

We use ‘yet’ in negative sentences when we have an expectation for something to happen.

I haven’t finished homework yet.

Subject + haven’t/hasn’t + Verb3 + ….. + yet.

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