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Hi John. Long time no see!
Hi Richard. How are you?

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Long time no see.  - This expression does not make sense

grammatically but it is an informal way to greet some one

that you have not seen for a while.


Take it easy. - Relax, don't rush, slow down.




Present perfect tense - have / has + past participle


This tense expresses an action which may continue to the

present time. It is often used with the adverb 'lately'. Even

when not used it often conveys this meaning. 


I have been busy (lately). - I was busy and I am probably still busy.


I have changed my job. - Recently I changed my job.