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1. He worked there until recently
2. He has worked there until recently
(1) means that he worked before, but he is not working now,
(2) means that he have started before, and he is working now.
am i wright?
The 'has worked' in,
"He has worked there until recently"
is not a present perfect of continuation,
He has worked there for 3 years/for a long time/since he was a teenager/etc.
In this example it is the present perfect of experience or the present perfect of current relevance.