- JUST - Using just with present perfect:
Use: Use just to express actions that have happened RECENTLY. Just goes after the auxiliary have/has and before the past participle
- Maria has just finished her homework. (not so long ago)
- They have just come from the supermarket.
- It has just started raining.
Para una clase con AUDIO y con explicaciones en español de cuando usar Present Perfect y JUST, vaya a la lección en línea a continuación:
- I have already done my homework.
- Jorge has already watched "Transformers" the movie.
- They've already read that book
- Have you eaten at "Friday's" yet? (you expect that the other person has already been to "Friday's")
- I haven't been to Europe yet. (But I expect to go there)
- Has Matilda been to New York yet?
- Have you studied for the test yet?
- Juan hasn't proposed to Jenny yet.