Present Perfect Tense with Example!
Present perfect tense is a tense that denote an action at present and expresses something complete.
Which is the formula of present perfect Continuous Tense?
Formula for Affirmative sentence: Subject + helping verb + 3rd form of verb + object.
Formula for negative sentence: Subject + helping verb + not + 3rd form of verb + object.
Formula for interrogative sentence: Helping verb + subject + 3rd form of verb + object?
Check: Present Indefinite Tense
Check: Present Continuous Tense
Present Perfect Affirmative Examples
- Immediately following the subject. According to the subject, use the helping verbs has and have.
- Then secondly, use the third form of verb.
- With he, she, it, or singular noun use ‘has’ and with I, we, they, you use the helping verb ‘have’.
|Subject||+||Helping verb||+||form of verb3||+||Object|
Present perfect affirmative sentences
- He has done his homework.
- She has washed the clothes.
- The rain has stopped.
- You have helped us.
- We have reached home.
- He has completed my work.
- The boys have completed their work.
- He has escaped from jail.
- We have invited them.
- He has threatened them.
- They have not defeated India.
Present Perfect Tense Negative Sentences
- In negative sentences of this tense, put ‘not’ after suitable helping verb and then 3rd form of verb.
|Subject||+||Helping verb + not||+||form of verb3||+||Object|
Present perfect negative sentences
- He has not taken breakfast.
- She has not combed her hair.
- You have not taken breakfast.
- They have not taken breakfast.
- The carpenter has not made a chair.
- He has not told a lie.
- Artist has not painted the picture.
- The girl have not made up.
- Asfa has not completed her work.
- They have not attended his marriage.
- He has not abducted the children.
- They have not operated on the patient.
Present Perfect Interrogative Sentence Rules
- In these sentences, put the helping verb has, have at the start of the sentence before the subject.
- Then 3rd form of verb is used, put interrogative mark (?) at the end of the sentence.
|Helping verb||+||Subject||+||form of verb3||+||Object|
Present perfect interrogative examples
- Has he won the match?
- Has he washed the clothes?
- Have they read the story?
- Have they changed the clothes?
- When have we sent the letter?
- Why has he gone to Lahore?
- How have they crossed the river?
- Where have you lost the ring?
- Have we bought the book
- Has he read the newspaper?
- Has he insulted his brothers?
- Have they built the palace?
- Has Ali wrung the clothes?
- Has Ali occupied on the property?
check: Al 12 tenses structure notes
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