Present Perfect Tense



Present Perfect Tense :



Present Perfect Tense is used to indicate about the action which was completed little while ago. This tense gives an idea of completion of the action, but fails to give an idea about the exact time of the occurrence of the action. To speak about the action completed in the recent past, but the result is not yet known to us, this tense is used.

Format of the sentences with this tense :

Subject + has + Past Participle + an object (singular nouns)

Subject + have + Past Participle + an object (plural nouns)

HAS and HAVE are auxiliary verbs.

1. Raja has run a 15 kms marathon.
2. Ram has competed with Kumar in the race.
3. I have watched Ram and Kumar in the race.
4. I have made preparations for my exams.
5. It has felt good.
6. They have sung a song for the audience.
7. He has played football in the play ground.
8. She has written a report.
9. They have planned about his studies.
10. He has worked as an Engineer in that organization.
11. You have learnt new lessons this year.
12. We have expected good behavior from you.
13. They have come here.

Negative Sentences with this tense :

The format of the Negative Sentences with this tense is….

Subject + has + not + Past Participle + an object (singular nouns)

Subject + have + not + Past Participle + an object (plural nouns)

1. Raja has not run a 15 kms marathon.
2. Ram has not competed with Kumar in the race.
3. I have not watched Ram and Kumar in the race.
4. I have not made preparations for my exams.
5. It has not felt good.
6. They have not sung a song for the audience.
7. He has not played football in the play ground.
8. She has not written a report.
9. They have not planned about his studies.
10. He has not worked as an Engineer in that organization.
11. You have not learnt new lessons this year.
12. We have not expected good behavior from you.
13. They have not come here.

Interrogative Sentences with this tense :

The format of the Interrogative Sentences with this tense is….

Has + Subject + Past Participle + an object (singular nouns)?

Have + Subject + Past Participle + an object (plural nouns)?

1. Has Raja run a 15 kms marathon?
2. Has Ram competed with Kumar in the race?
3. Have I watched Ram and Kumar in the race?
4. Have I made preparations for my exams?
5. Has it felt good?
6. Have they sung a song for the audience?
7. Has he played football in the play ground?
8. Has she written a report?
9. Have they planned about his studies?
10. Has He worked as an Engineer in that organization?
11. Have you learnt new lessons this year?
12. Have we expected good behavior from you?
13. Have they come here?

Interrogative Negative Sentences with this tense :

The format of the Interrogative Sentences with this tense is….
Has + Subject + not + Past Participle + an object (singular nouns)?
Have + Subject + not + Past Participle + an object (plural nouns)?

1. Has not Raja run a 15 kms marathon?
2. Has not Ram competed with Kumar in the race?
3. Have not I watched Ram and Kumar in the race?
4. Have not I made preparations for my exams?
5. Has not it felt good?

The other tenses in English are….

  1. Simple Present Tense
  2. Simple Past Tense
  3. Simple Future Tense
  4. Present Continuous Tense (Present Progressive Tense)
  5. Past Continuous Tense (Past Progressive Tense)
  6. Future Continuous Tense (Future Progressive Tense)
  7. Present Perfect Tense
  8. Past Perfect Tense
  9. Future Perfect Tense
  10. Present Perfect Continuous Tense (Present Perfect Progressive)
  11. Past Perfect Continuous Tense (Past Perfect Progressive)
  12. Future Perfect Continuous Tense (Future Perfect Progressive)


RELATED PAGES :



  1. Tenses in English Grammar
  2. Main Tenses
  3. Different Forms of Tenses
  4. Twelve Tenses in English
  5. Forms of The Tenses and Indicative Mood
  6. Tenses and Active Voice
  7. Tenses and Passive Voice
  8. Sequence of Tenses
  9. Tenses
  10. Tenses in English
  11. Continuous Forms of English Tenses
  12. The Three Perfect Tenses
  13. The Progressive Perfect Tenses


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