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    Confusion with Present perfect + time expressions

    Please check my understanding:
    "I have cleaned the room for two hours/since morning."
    (use-1) I may say this when I want to tell someone that I have cleaned the room for a considerable amount of time and so I do not want to clean further.
    (use-2) I may say this when someone asks "What have you done today?"

    Does this sentence implies "I am still cleaning the room"?
    Last edited by Duan; 29-Apr-2015 at 15:22.

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