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We use Present Perfect with the expressions: It's the first time... It's the second time... For instance:
a) It's the first time I have eaten raw fish. It's delicious! b) It's the second time I have flown in a balloon! c) It's the third time we've met today. d) All choices are correct.
We use Present Perfect with the SUPERLATIVE, in these cases adverb EVER is used. For instance:
a) She's the smartest girl I have ever seen. b) She's the most smart girl I have ever seen. c) She has been the smartest girl I saw. d) She's the smartest girl I haven't never seen.
With Present Perfect, we use the adverb YET on negative and interrogative sentences, and it goes at the end of the sentence. For instance:
a) I haven't done my homework yet. b) I didn't do my homework yet. c) I haven't yet done my homework. d) I have done my homework yet.
With Present Perfect, we use the adverb ALREADY only on affirmative sentences, and it goes between have and the Past Participle. For instance:
a) You have already made the beds. b) Have you already made the beds? c) You haven't already made the beds. d) You have made the beds already.
We form Present Perfect with the verb to have plus the Past Participle of the lexical verb.
a) We form Present Perfect with the verb to have plus the Past Participle of the lexical verb. b) We form Present Perfect with the verb to be plus the Past Participle of the lexical verb. c) We form Present Perfect with the verb to have plus the Past form of the lexical verb. d) We form Present Perfect with the verb to have plus the Infinitive form of the lexical verb.
With Present Perfect, we use the preposition FOR with periods of time. For instance:
a) I have lived in Paris for three months. b) I have lived in Paris for 2012. c) I lived in Paris for 2012. d) I has lived in Paris for three months.
With Present Perfect, we use the preposition SINCE with points in time. For instance:
a) She has worked in that factory since 2007. b) She has worked in that factory since five years. c) She have worked in that factory since 2007. d) She worked in that factory since 2007.
We use Present Perfect to talk about experiences which started in the past and last to the present. For instance:
a) I have lived in London for five years. b) I have lived in London since 2009. c) We've stayed in London for three days. d) All choices are correct.
With the adverb JUST we talk about things that happened very recently. It is usually translated into Spanish for: acabar de. For instance:
a) I've just bought a bike. b) Just I've bought a bike. c) I've bought just a bike. d) I just bought a bike yesterday.
We use Present Perfect to talk about actions that happened recently, without telling exactly when. For instance:
a) I've found a wallet in the street. b) I've found a wallet in the street yesterday. c) I have find a wallet in the street. d) I found a wallet in the street.
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