Таранова Марина Борисовна ГБОУ «гимназия 157» Санкт-Петербург
We often use JUST, ALREADY and YET when we talk about recent actions with the Present Perfect She has already washed the floor. He has just decorated the Christmas tree. She hasnt watered the flowers yet.
We use JUST and ALREADY in positive sentences. They come after have / has and before the main verb. I have just visited my Granny.
1.I / a nice picture. / just / have / drawn 2.He / already / some juice. / drank / has 3.They / gone away. / just / have 4.She / has / beautiful flowers. / already / grown
1.I _________ these CDs. Lets listen to them. (buy) 2.Oh, no! I _________ my mums favourite vase. (break) 3.They ____________ home. (come)
We use YET in negative sentences and questions. YET comes at the end of the sentence or question. Have you cleaned the floor yet? He hasnt cleaned the floor yet.
1.I _______ (not ask) her about her birthday presents…. 2.He ________ (not come) back from school…. 3.I ______ (not do) my homework…
1.buy new clothes V I have already bought new clothes 2. choose a present for my Dad X I havent chosen a present for my Dad yet.
1.Do my homework. X 2.Tidy my room X 3.Phone my friends V 4.Find my favourite toy X This is Kates TO DO list. Write 4 sentences. Use ALREADY or YET and the Present Perfect
Do your homework Wash the dishes Clean your room Buy tickets for the concert Example: Have you brushed your teeth yet?
1.They have come to New York. (just) 2.He has bought the flowers. (yet) 3.We have built the church. (already)
1.They have just come to New York. 2.He hasnt bought the flowers yet. OR 2. Has he bought the flowers yet? 3. We have already built the church.