Present Perfect Tense with examples

present perfect tense with examples

present perfect tense with examples

What is Present Perfect Tense?

When anything is completed is called perfect. Present perfect tense is a verb tense that is used to show that the action has taken placed or it has completed.


  • Reena has bought the purse.
  • Mom has cooked the food.
  • I have completed my work.

As you know every tense has four categories to formation a sentence. So, let’s look over its categories:

We are using has and have as a helping verb in present perfect tenses. Has used for singular Noun and Have use for plural Noun.

  1. Rule for Affirmative or simple Sentences. 

Subject + has/have + 3rd form of verb (past participle) + object. 


  • I have watched the T.V.
  • He has been Shimla many times.
  • She has submitted her report.


  1. Rule for Negative Sentences 

Subject + has/have + not + 3rd form of verb + object.


  • They have not bought a new car.
  • She has not completed her work.
  • Sachin has not eaten his food.


  1. Rule for Interrogative Sentences 

Has/have + Subject + 3rd form of verb + object?


  • Has he bought a new car?
  • Has she completed her work?
  • Has Sachin eaten his food?


  1. Rule for Interrogative + negative Sentences 

Has/have + Subject + not + 3rd form of verb + object.


  • Has the peon not rung the bell?
  • Has she not submitted her report?
  • Has she not played the match?


  1. Rule for W/H family 

W/H word + has/have + Subject + 3rd form of verb + object?


  • When have I bought this car?
  • From where have you bought this dress?
  • When have you completed your work?

Let’s move towards our worksheet:

Fill in the blanks with correct form of present perfect verb.

  • She–––––– just  –––––– a portrait. (Paint)
  • My friend –––––– the birthday. (celebrate)
  • Tony–––––– nothing. (Do)
  • The children –––––– their breakfast. (finish)
  • The teacher –––––– the class. (teach)


  • Choose the correct options.
  • I has/have already finished my work.
  • The gardener has/have not watered the plants.
  • has/have you ever been Singapore?
  • She has/have not met her friends today.

I hope you have understood the present perfect tense with examples.

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present simple tense and  present continuous tense.


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