Let’s Learn Present Perfect Tense

Let’s Learn Present Perfect

Affirmative, Negative and Question Sentence

I have finished the report.

This sentence is the present perfect tense.
We know it is in the present perfect tense because it has the auxiliary verb HAVE (or HAS) followed by a PAST PARTICIPLE (V3).

The formulas of present perfect tense are described by the patterns below:

(+) subject + have/has + past participle (V3)
(-) subject + have/has + not + past participle (V3)
(?) have/has + subject + past participle (V3) + object/complement ?

You may take a look at the pictures below to understand more about present perfect in affirmative, negative and question form!

Present Perfect Tense in English - Affirmative Sentences - Learn English
English Present Perfect Tense Contractions - Learn English Grammar
Present Perfect Tense - Negative Sentences - Learn English Grammar
Present Perfect Tense Questions - Learn English Grammar
Present Perfect Tense in English - Sentences and Questions - Learn English Grammar

When we use present perfect tense?

When to use the present perfect tense in English - Learn English Grammar Lesson

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