present perfect simple (just)

In the English Grammar Profile, B1 point 29 in the category of PAST: present perfect simple: refer to a finished event or state in the recent past, that has a present relevance, often with ‘just’. For example: But your washing machine has broken now, too. Million Dollar Arm An iWeb search for: _VH just _VVN 1 ‘VE JUST GOT 9034 …

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There are 4 ways that ‘that’s‘ can be used grammatically. 1 THAT (DD1) ‘S (VBZ) 2910658 Yeah, that‘s right. listen 6 THAT (CST) ‘S (VBZ) 46519 8 THAT (DD1) ‘S (VHZ) 15994 9 THAT (CST) ‘S (VHZ) 12804

What does ‘s mean?

‘s firstly following proper noun as a possessive marker, or contracted ‘is‘. Then it could be ‘has‘ or the second part of a modal: ‘Let‘s go!’ 1 ‘S (GE) 36030994 genetive 2 ‘S (VBZ) 24517319 is 5 ‘S (VHZ) 1063909 has 7 ‘S (VM22) 864498 ‘let’s not’ is B2 If we look at large Ngrams …

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