Present perfect use

Usually, past perfect is used from a past point of reference. The present perfect tense is a tense used in present to indicate the action that has taken place at some specific time

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  2. I have seen that movie
  3. About 6% of verbs in spoken English are in the present perfect tense
  4. Instead, we focus on the action itself
  5. I have just finished my work
  6. Its easy
  7. (I expected Emma to arrive before now
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  9. Mar 03, 2016 · Present Perfect with Just
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