The Present Perfect- Just, already, yet; for and since


  1. Bryan has just come back from his vacation.
  2. Bryan has just had a fabulous idea for writing a perfect essay.
  3. It isn’t an extraordinary party. Most participants have already gone for teacher Bryan’s writing class.
  4. Bryan has already taught more than 1000 students.
  5. It’s eleven o’clock and many students have not left Bryan’s class yet.
  6. Has your writing programme started yet?
  7. Bryan has only had that new phone for three days.
  8. Those avid learners have been at Mastertution since 8 o’clock in the morning.
  9. I’ve felt excited for a whole week now.
  10. I haven’t learned the techniques of writing with Bryan for more than 10 years.


The Trainer and Founder of Mastertuition

(The Trainer for Essay Writing)