Hi

I've been trying to write a story using the present perfect tense as often as possible and also using such words like: just, already, yet.

Can you have a look at this? What would you change to make it sound better?

It has been the best holidays of my life. I have never seen so many things at one time yet. When Jerry and me have already landed in Egypt we got out of the plane and headed for our hotel. The trip has been very tiring so when I wanted to talk to Jerry in our hotel room I've noticed that he has just fallen asleep. In Egypt we have seen something that we hadn't seen before yet - beautiful monuments, magnificent views, great pyramides and loads of tourists. When we've already seen everything we have decided to move on and have flown to Dubai. The moment we got off the plane we could see all those modern and high skyscrapers, beautiful hotels, sandy beaches and reach people everywhere - something we have never seen before yet. After three days we got bored so we have bought a ticket and flown far away to Australia. Of course Australia is a great place to be and we've done a lot of sightseeing there, but unfortunately I have left my wallet at one of the restaurants. When I came back to that restaurant my wallet hasn't already been there, someone has just taken it. And it was the end of our trip. When we have just arrived home we have already started to plan the next trip to the places we haven't been yet.

thanks
It has been the best holidays of my life. I have never before seen so many things at one time yet. When Jerry and I me have already landed in Egypt we got out of the plane and headed for our hotel. The trip had has been very tiring so when I wanted to talk to Jerry in our hotel room I I've noticed that he had has just fallen asleep. In Egypt we saw have seen something that we hadn't seen before yet - beautiful monuments, magnificent views, great pyramids and loads of tourists. When we had we've already seen everything we have decided to move on and flew have flown to Dubai. The moment we got off the plane we could see all those modern and tall high skyscrapers, beautiful hotels, sandy beaches and rich reach people everywhere - something we had have never seen before yet. After three days we got bored so we have bought tickets a ticket and flew flown [better would be, "to far away"] far away to Australia. Of course Australia is a great place to be and we did we've done a lot of sightseeing there, but unfortunately I have left my wallet at one of the restaurants. When I went came back to that restaurant my wallet wasn't hasn't already been there, someone had has just taken it. And it was the end of our trip. When we have just arrived home we have already started to plan the next trip to the places we haven't been yet.

I'm not sure what you were intending with this exercise. I think I caught most of the errors but I can't be certain.

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Hi

I was almost sure it would be all wrong, but I need some text written in the present perfect tense using the words like "just" "already" and "yet"

Isn't it really possible to write this strory using the present perfect tense?
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Have and Haven’t Done

Today, I have taken a shower. I have already cleaned my bedroom but I haven’t closed the balcony doors yet. I haven’t put my clothes in the cupboard yet but I have already put the milk in the fridge. I have already taken the dogs for a walk but I haven’t given them a bath yet. I haven’t cleaned the living room yet and I haven’t finished my homework either. I have just cooked my lunch but haven’t washed the breakfast plates yet and haven’t put them in the cupboard either.

hey man, you can't use the present perfect in stories, it's a complete contradiction in sense !! The present perfect is used for things that have happened up to the present ; when you tell a story, you're talking about something that happened in the past, so you have to use the simple past.

i'm sorry, but your story is pretty much all wrong...
i like this have and haven't .. Now i get the purpose of present perfect tense
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Not true - the present perfect can also represent something that happened at an unspecified time in the past.