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The present perfect is often used for an action which started at some time in the past,
and are still continuing now. Often, the wordsfor )with a length of time( andsince
)with a starting time( are used along with the present perfect.
Sometimes, it's important to say that somethinghappened )or didn't happen(, but it's
not important )or not known(when it happened. In this case, we can use the present
perfect too. In this case, we often use the wordsa lre a d y,yet,ever ornev er along with
the present perfect. These words usually go before the past participle in the sentence.
This use is a little more difficult than the other two. In this case, the action happened
at some time in the past, but the effect of the action is still important now. It's easiest
to understand this use if we compare present perfect sentences with simple past
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