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Hi teachers,
According to the explanation given, are the below sentences suitable?
The present perfect can also express the frequency with which the actions or situations have occurred at indefinite points in time in the past.
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Do I need to use a present time marker at the end of each sentence?

a) Robert has gotten up early every day.
b) Robert has shaved with his new electric razon every morning.
c) Robert has always taken a shower inmmediately after.
d) Robert has often gotten dressed in his room.
e) Robert has had his breakfast in the kitchen most mornings this week.
f) Robert has left the house early every week.

Thanks in advance.
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Do I need to use a present time marker at the end of each sentence?- For many of them, yes:

a) Robert has gotten up early every day this week.
b) Robert has shaved with his new electric razon every morning this week.
c) Robert has always taken a shower immediately after he got home from work.
d) Robert has often gotten dressed in his room.
e) Robert has had his breakfast in the kitchen most mornings this week.
f) Robert has left the house early every week this year.
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Mister MicawberDo I need to use a present time marker at the end of each sentence?- For many of them, yes.
1. Why is that?
2. Why not for all of them?
Hi Mister Micawber,
Thank YOU so much for your help.
a) Robert has gotten up early every day this week.
b) Robert has shaved with his new electric razon every morning this week.
c) Robert has always taken a shower immediately after he got home from work.
d) Robert has often gotten dressed in his room.
e) Robert has had his breakfast in the kitchen most mornings this week.
f) Robert has left the house early every week this year.

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Thinking Spaind) Robert has often gotten dressed in his room.
'Often' seems to do the job for this sentence; the others all sound odd without the time matrix.
Mister Micawber'Often' seems to do the job for this sentence; the others all sound odd without the time matrix.
Hi Mister Micawber,
Thank you very much for your explanation. I understand it now.

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