Present Perfect Tense

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Positive

Subject + has/ have + Past Participle

Has = ‘s

Have = ‘ve

She’s done her homework.

Negative

Subject + has/ have + not + Past Participle

She has not done her homework.

Question

Has/ Have + Subject + Past Participle?

Has she done her homework?

Usages


  •  To talk about things which happened in the past, and continue to the present
  • My parents have lived in England for 20 years.
  • To talk about things which happened in the past, but not at a specific time
  • My mom has gone to work.
  • To talk about things we have done many times in the past and continue to do
  • She has practiced the piano since she was 6.
  • To talk about an experience which is connected to the present
  • This is the most beautiful flower I have ever seen.

Signal words:


Already, yet, ever, never, just, only just, recently, so far, until now, up to now

 

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