I have just now eaten some chips and drunk a glass of juice because I jogged for a half-hour today.
Very good job! I wasn’t sure exactly what you meant by “already”, so I changed it to “just now”, although we could also leave it blank, as the present perfect makes the meaning clear. I changed “drank” to “drunk”, as it is also governed by “have” (apparently).
September 25, 2021
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