Present Perfect Tense |Examples, sentences & Formation

present perfect tense, examples and formation. Here all the positive, negative and interrogative sentences are explained with examples & formation. The pdf of this lesson is given at the end.

Present Perfect Tense

In this tense “has” is used as the helping verb and third form of verb is used. This tense shows the action has been completed in present time.

Formation

Subject+ helping verb (has/have) + 3rd form of verb+ object

Related Post: Present Perfect Continuous tense

Example

  • Lee has eaten meal.
  • We have packed our bags.
  • We have completed the task.
  • I have attempted the paper.

Must read: Past indefinite Tense

Affirmative sentences

In case of the affirmative sentences of the present perfect the third form of verb is used along with has and have as the helping verb.

Formation

Subject+ helping verb (has/have) + 3rd form of verb+ object

Examples

Some examples of the present perfect tense are given below:

  • Areej has taken tea.
  • They have passed the paper.
  • Child has run fast.
  • She have done her work
  • We have packed our bag.
present perfect tense positive sentences

Also read: Past perfect tense

Negative sentences

In the formation of the negative sentences “not” is added between helping verb and main verb.

Formation

Sub + helping verb (has, have) + not + 3rd form of verb + object

Example:

  • I have not sewed my dress.
  • Areej has not taken tea.
  • You have not drunk water.
  • She has not done her job.
  • Rimshi has not written a book.
  • They have not killed the hen.
present perfect tense negative sentences

Important Lesson: Phrasal verbs

Interrogative sentences

In the formation of the interrogative sentences, has/have is placed before the subject and question mark (?) is put at the end.

Formation

Helping verb (has/have) + subject+ 3rd form of verb + object?

Examples

  • Has Areej taken tea?
  • Has she washed the room?
  • Have they asked you?
  • Has Ayesha washed her clothes?
  • Have I eaten food?
  • Have we arrived park?
present perfect tense interrogative sentences

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