Put the words in bold in the correct order.
JUST, ALREADY and NEVER are used between have/has and the verb:
I have never wanted to go to North Korea. She has just had her lunch. We have already paid for everything.
EVER is used in questions, negatives and comparisons:
Have you ever been to Brisbane? I don't think I have ever been here before. It's the most boring film I have ever seen.
YET is used in questions and negatives:
Have you finished your homework yet? The new washing machine hasn't arrived yet.
1) She has already drunk four coffees this evening. 2) Have they finished their homework yet? 3) My friends have just returned from Italy. 4) Have you ever eaten in a Chinese restaurant? 5) Jeremy has just finished his work in the garden. 6) I have never been to Scotland before. 7) We haven't received a letter from her yet. 8) That's the biggest fish I have ever seen.