Present perfect tense for children and students





Present Perfect Tense



Rule- Subject + Have/ has +Verb’s third form +Object

[Has- Third person Singular number-he, she, it, name….]


I have gone to market yesterday.

My friend John has completed their home work.

Krishana has eaten mango yesterday.

You have cut tree.

They have read English book.

Your grandfather has read the news paper.

Your class teacher has taught Science book.

Children have played the game.

You have done very wrong with him.

You have done your all work.



Rule- Subject + Have/ has + not + Verb’s third form +Object


We have not gone to school yesterday.

Grandmother has not told a story of king and queen.

He has not cheated to him.

I have not done my dinner.

He has not taken their food with father.

Your friends have not called you many times.

The leaves have not fallen down from tree.

It has not rained today in the morning.

Gita has not danced in two songs.

You have not given my money.Present Perfect Tense



Rule- Have/ has + Subject +Verb’s third form +Object?


Have you done your work?

Have your father bayed your cycle?

Has he taken his food?

Have we read our English and Science book?

Has she got marriage?

Have they gone to house after finish work?

Have I done perfectly my responsibility?

Has your father allowed to you for going?

Have you given his money to him?

Have I earned one lack rupees in this month?


Interrogative negative

 Rule- Have/ has + Subject +Verb’s third form +Object?


Have I not seen this movie yesterday?

Have you not seen our Prime minister’s car?

Has she not cooked food yesterday?

Has the head man of village not finished their work?

Have they not run fast in the ground?

Have we not spoken our speeches?

Has Josef not climbed on the tree?

Has the elephant not gone to in the forest?

Have those farmers not done work hard?

Has he not sung a song in the stage?


Some useful sentences:

Why have you done like that?

How has he taken his bag?

From where has your father purchased these cloths?

How has the your friend’s car come near your house?

Why have they not scolded to him?

Why has the chief minister gone to city again?

Who has gone from here?

Who has stood with you?

You have not done this knowingly.

He has done this knowingly.

Why has your brother not eaten food here?


Present perfect tense, Short conversation:

Raju: What have done here?

Sonu: I have not done anything.

Raju: Why?

Sonu: Because, no one has said to me anything?

Raju: Have you gone to the market yesterday?

Sonu: Yes, I have gone to the market yesterday.

Raju: What all have you purchased from market?

Sonu: I have purchased some vegetables, Pulse, cloths and some toys for children.

Do you need anything?

Raju: Yes, I need something. Would you like to give me?

Sonu: What would you like?

Raju: I need fifty kilogram rice.

Sonu: Ok, I will give you fifty kg rice.

Raju: thanks.

Sonu: Welcome.


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