Present Perfect - Coggle Diagram
Has lived: She has lived here all her life.
Have written: They have written three letters already.
Have worked: I have worked here since I graduated school.
Has done: He has finished his homework.
Have been: We have been to Canada.
Has forgotten: She has forgotten her folder.
still, yet and already
It is used to designate a continuous action that was not interrupted
Is she still working? It’s almost midnight!
I wanna go out, but it’s still raining
I tried to talk to him but his mom said he’s still travelling.
Aready: Its used by an action that happened in the past and aready finished
I’ve just had dinner and I’m already hungry!
Do you think Carls already knows what happened?
Has Farls already arrived in Brazil? I thought she would come next week.
Yet: is used by an action that started and dont finished yet
Hasn’t he finished the assignment yet?
Are you going to the party tomorrow? I don’t know yet.
I didint go lunch yet
The present perfect is formed from the present tense of the verb have and the past participle of a verb.
They've been married for nearly fifty years.
She has lived in Liverpool all her life.
I've seen that film before
He has written three books and he is working on another one.