Have just + past participle:
This is a Present Perfect Form:
We use it for talking about an action or event which is very recent.
e.g. 'What's the matter? You look very upset'
'Some-one's just stolen my wallet'.
n.b. be careful with the word order!
1. What's the matter?
(see) a ghost?
2. I feel wonderful!
.(have) a new hairdo.
3. She looks upset!
..(hear) the results of her exam.
4. They're crying. They
..(be) in a fight.
5. Look at her knees! She
6. What's happened to you?
.(go) to the dentist.
7. Get the ambulance! Some-one
.(break) his arm.
8. Phone the police! Thieves
..(rob) the bank opposite.
9. Why are you laughing? I
(hear) something funny.
10.My shirt has a stain on it. I
1. Have you just seen a ghost?
2. I've just had my hair done.
3. She's just heard the results of her exam.
4. They've just been in a fight. (or They've just been fighting.)
5. She's just fallen over.
6. I've just been to the dentist.
7. Some-one has just broken his arm.
8. Thieves have just broken into the bank opposite.
9. I've just heard something funny.
10. I've only just bought it. How annoying!
Read The A - Z of English Grammar & Usage to see the rules.
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