I have worked there for.

subhajit123

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'I have worked there for two years.' Does the sentence mean 'I still work here'?
 

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It means I still work there.
 

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"I have worked there for two years" implies that you still work there.
"I worked there for two years" implies that you no longer work there.
 

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Does the sentence mean 'I still work here'?

Usually, yes, but not always- if the person has just been sacked and is angry, the present perfect would still work.
 
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