Just have received / have just received

I have just finished my homework. I just finished my homework. I think there must be a difference in meaning.Could anyone taquabigman.com me the difference in meaning sentence 1 và sentence 2?



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I have just finished my homework.

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Vs I just finished my homework.

I think this question is purely about simple past vs present perfect as waquabigman.com as British English vs American English. That"s why, you are saying "theremust be differences in meaning between them"

As far as the differences in meaning between these sentences is concerned, there is no real differences in meaning between them. As john Lawler mentions in his answer https://english.aquabigman.com.com/questions/202122/the-correct-usage-of-past-tense-with-just "Different speakers with different habits and experiences will probably see potential distinction or difference to lớn make but nobody will see or make the same ones". Both of these sentences imply the same meaning but tense is different in them, which here doesn"t affect their meanings. A speaker choces the one which sounds best to lớn him/her.

The word "just" is commonly used with present perfect tense(most commonly in British English) khổng lồ indicate that an kích hoạt has recently happened và influences the present moment of speaking.

According to lớn Cambridge dictionary, http://dictionary.cambridge.org/grammar/british-grammar/just

""just" as a time Expression"" can mean "recently or very short time before" or after speaking.

I have just decided khổng lồ saquabigman.com my apartment.

I"m on the way to the station. The train has just arrived.

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I have just finished my homework.

Having said that, In American English it"s acceptable lớn use" just" with simple past as waquabigman.com as with present perfect lớn express that something recently happened.

I just finished my homework.

However, since the language develops over the time, it"s widely increasing the use of "just" with "simple past" even in British English.

This might be helpfull http://www.eslhq.com/forums/esl-forums/english-questions/past-simple-just-16200/

Simple past vs present perfect

We use Present perfect for actions which started in the past và are still happening now or for finished actions which have a connection to the present.

----A finished kích hoạt with a result in the present:

I "ve lost my keys! (The result is that I can"t get into my house now).

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We use the past simple for past events or actions which have no connection to the present----

I lost my keys yesterday. It was terrible! (Now there is no result. I got new keys yesterday).