Student or Learner
Most grammar books I've read always divided present perfect into four categories - result, completion, experience, continuity, but "Result" and "completion" are always confusing. I feel this kind of classification is artificial. For example, "I've just read one page" can be seen as "a result" instead of "completion" and vice versa for 1. I don't know how to tell the two and if it is meaningful. What do you think?
A : Can I use your cellphone?
B : Sorry, I've left it at home(So I don't have it now)
A : Is that book interesting?
B : I don't know. I've just read one page.