Present Perfect: To say how long a situation has existed, often with 'for', 'since', or 'how long'., "How long have you been teaching?" "I've been teaching since last year.", To talk about a recent past actions (often with 'just')., "Are you looking for Andrew? He's just left.", To talk about past experiences when we don't specify the time., "They've been to Paris three times.", With 'yet' and 'already' (for emphasis)., "Have you already finished the book I gave you?" "No, I haven't finished it yet.", Past Simple: To talk about a specific occasion in the past., "There was a party at Renee's last night.", To talk about finished past actions., "Patrick was a waiter in the '90s.",

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