Peggy: Hello, John. Come in.
Tom: Hello, John. We’re having lunch. Do you want to have lunch with us?
John: No thank you, Tom. I’ve already had lunch. I had lunch at half past twelve.
Peggy: Have a cup of coffee then.
John: I’ve just had a cup, thank you. I had one after my lunch.
Tom: Let’s go into the living-room, Peggy. We can have our coffee there.
Peggy: Excuse the mess, John. This room’s very untidy. We’re packing our suitcases. We’re going to leave tomorrow. Tom and I are going to have a holiday.
John: Aren’t you lucky!
Tom: When are you going to have a holiday, John?
John: I don’t know. I’ve already had my holiday this year.
Peggy: Where did you go?
John: I stayed at home!
1．Come in. 进来吧。
Have a cup of tea then. 那么喝杯咖啡吧。
Let's go into the living－room, Carol. 我们到客厅里去吧，卡罗尔。
2．I've just had a cup. 我刚喝了一杯。
句中 cup后省略了 of coffee。
3．We're going to leave tomorrow. 明天我们就要走了。
这里的 are going to表示"打算"、"准备"。请参见 Lessons 37～38bv伟德国际体育法部分。
（3）现在完成时由 have／has+ 过去分词构成，单数第 3人称用
（4）一般现在完成时通常与表示不确定的时间副词或短bv伟德国际体育连用如 just, already, before, never, ever, twice, three times等。
六、lesson 84 练习答案
1 I've already had some.
2 I've already had one.
1 He hasn't had any beans.
He's just had some peas.
2 They haven't had any tea.
They've just had some coffee.
3 I haven't had any apples.
I've just had some peaches.
4 I haven't had any cabbage.
I've just had some lettuce.
5 She hasn't had any beer.
She's just had some wine.
6 He hasn't had any lamb.
He's just had some beef.
7 They haven't had any tea.
They've just had some milk.
8 She hasn't had any meat.
She's just had some vegetables.
9 I haven't had any chicken.
I've just had some steak.
10 They haven't had any bananas.
They've just had some oranges.