28. I have + (past participle)
i) "I have eaten breakfast." This sentence indicates that the action of eating breakfast was completed in the past, and it has a result in the present, which is that the speaker is no longer hungry.
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I have finished my work for the day.
I have seen that movie before.
I have eaten breakfast already.
I have read that book many times.
I have decided to take a break from work.
I have written a letter to my friend.
I have cleaned the house this morning.
I have studied French for five years.
I have watched the sunset from this spot many times.
I have learned a lot from my mistakes.