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Thursday, 24 January 2013

The Present Perfect is used to refer to actions that started in the past and continued until now (they may continue in the future). These actions are usually followed by time expressions such as "since", "for", "yet", "already", "just"," "never"...

Formation: Auxiliary Verb 'Have'/' has' + Past participle of the main verb
e.g.: I have never seen "Garfield".

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