Present Prefect Tense Examples

Definition: Present Perfect Tense used to show the link between the present and past. The present perfect tense sentences used in every day conversation, in the such thing, such as on the radio, in the news, when writing letters.

5 Types of Present Perfect Tense:

  1. Affirmative
  2. Negative
  3. Interrogative
  4. Negative Interrogative
  5. Interrogative with ‘Wh-word’

Affirmative

Formula: Sub + (has/have) + V3 + object.

Example:

  1. Rakesh has gone to college.
  2. Radhika have eat mango.
  3. You have written an application.
  4. They have played cricket
  5. She has drunk coffee.

Negative

Formula: Subject + (has/have) + not + V3 + object.

Example:

  1. Rakesh has not gone to college.
  2. Radhika have not eat mango.
  3. You have not written an application.
  4. They have not played cricket
  5. She has not drunk coffee.

Interrogative

Formula: Has/Have + subject + V3 + object?

Example:

  1. Has Rakesh gone to college?
  2. Have Radhika eat mango?
  3. Have you written an application?
  4. Have they played cricket?
  5. Has she drunk coffee?

Negative Interrogative

Formula:  Has/Have + subject + not + V3 + object?
Example:

  1. Has Rakesh not gone to college?
  2. Have Radhika not eat mango?
  3. Have you not written an application?
  4. Have they not played cricket?
  5. Has she not drunk coffee?

Interrogative with ‘Wh-word’

Formula: Wh-word + (has/have) + subject + V3 + object?

Example:

  1. Where has Rakesh gone?
  2. What have she eat?
  3. What have you written?
  4. What have they played?
  5. What has she drunk?

Uses:

1 The work has been completed recently. Adverbial are added in these sentences.

Examples:

  1. I have just finished my dinner.
  2. Last Month she have in Jodhpur.
  3. The bus has just arrived.

Adverbial: recently, just, already, last month.

The work has been completed in the past but it effection present.

Adverbial: already, just, recently, lately, this week / month / year, by now.

Examples:

  • She has saved 500 hundred rupees this month.
  • She has not come so far.

Note: “Yet” & “Sofar” adverbial are used only in the negative sentences.

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