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Complete the conversation using the given verb in the brackets along with just/already/yet.
A: Is Ann coming to the cinema with us?
B : No, she _________ the film. (Already/see)
a) ‘d already seen / had already seen
b) ‘s already seen / has already seen
c) Has just seen / ‘s just seen
d) Have seen yet / ‘ve seen yet

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Hint: Read the given sentence carefully. Try to make out the core meaning of it. Find out the subject, predicate, and object of the given sentence.

Complete answer:
 The present perfect tense is used to describe something that happened in the past, but the exact time it happened is not important. It has a relationship with the present.
Have/has + past participle makes the present perfect.
In this sentence, a particular thing that has happened in the past has been described thus we would be using present perfect tense. Now since the whole sentence is in the third person, we would be using “has” and not “have”.
Now, for the past participle, it the form of a verb, typically ending in -ed in English, which is used in forming perfect and passive tenses and sometimes as an adjective. In this case, the past becomes, “seen”
Option ‘c’ is clearly wrong as they are not mentioned in the given brackets.
The correct words to be filled in the blank are – she’s already seen. Hence, option ‘b’ is the correct option.

All the other options are plausible distractions. “have” is used in case of first and second-person framed sentences.