The present perfect is also used for an activity beginning in the past – which is indicated by an adverbial phrase of time – and continuing at the moment of speaking, but here the emphasis is on the fact not on the continuity of the activity.
has + gone
I’ve always worked from home.
I have always wanted to have red color car.
We’ve known each other for last ten years.
How long have you been here?
She has been home for some time.
He has working on that project last two weeks.
In spoken English I’ve got is often equivalent to I have.
Examples of The Present Perfect
Have you got a money ?
They’ve got a nice little yellow car.
She’s got a new bicycle.
He’s got a beer.
Guess what I’ve got in my bag.