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Present perfect tense

By Learn English - Wednesday, 19 June 2013 1 Comment


affirmative sentence:
  1. in affirmative sentence "have" with plural noun (I, we, you they) 
  2. "has" with singular noun (he, she, it) 
  3. has, have + third form of verb
Examples
  • I have read my book?
  • They have come to the party.
  • She has finished her work.
  • We have done our part.
  • It has been done.
  • He has gone to school.
 Negative Sentence:
In negative sentence “not” will come before the main verb.
  • I have not read my book.
  •  They have not come to the party.
  • She has not finished her work.
  • We have not done our part.
  • He has not gone to school.
Interrogative sentence:
In interrogative auxiliary verbs used in the starting of the sentence
 but if there is “wh” (what, where, how, who) then these verbs will come first.
 Interrogative sentence – affirmative
  • Have I read my book?
  • Have you finished you’re work?
  • Has he gone to school?
  • Has she finished her work?
  • Have we done our part?
In interrogative negative main verb comes before “not”
interrogative sentence- negative
  • have I not read my book?
  • Have you not finished our work?
  • Has he not gone to school?
  • Has she not finished her work?
  • Have we not done our part?
Example of Present Perfect Tense
  1. He has gone to school.
  2. I have done with my food.
  3. We have finished our work.
  4. They have come.
  5. She has read your mail.
  6. Teacher has finished his lecture.
  7. He has not beaten him.
  8. She has not gone to cinema.
  9. My brother has not come yet.
  10. He has not returned me my pen.
  11. I have not bought that car.
  12. Have they done with their food
  13. Has she finished her work?
  14. Have robbers killed the bank employee?
  15. Haven’t you go to the party.
  16. Where has Ram gone from the morning
  17. Why hasn't he returned from Delhi?
  18. Why ram has not completed his task?
  19. Where she has gone for picnic?

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  1. Thanks for sharing this nice post. Recognize the verb in a few sentence is necessary to understand what that statement stands for.

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