Lesson Five:  Present Perfect Tense — Questions

Lesson Five: Present Perfect Tense — Questions

Lesson Five:

Present Perfect Tense — Questions

Have or Has + Subject + past participle

Singular
Plural
Have I seen…
Have we seen…
Have you seen…
Have you seen…
Has he seen…
Has she seen…
Have they seen…
Has it seen…

In the example above, the verb “see” is in the present perfect tense. “Seen” is the past participle for the verb “see.”

When you begin a question with “have” or “has,” the answer is usually yes or no.

 

examples:

Have I ever met you?

(Answer: Yes, you have.)

outside  I

Have you lived in the United States long?

(Answer: No, I haven’t.)

suad  you

Has he had any coffee yet this morning?

(Answer: No, he hasn’t.)

in the morning

Has she ridden a bike before?

(Answer: Yes, she has.)

woman  on bike

Has the goat eaten anything yet today?

(Answer: No, it hasn’t.)

goat

Have we known each other for a long time?

(Answer: No, we haven’t. We’ve known each other for a short time.)

teacher

student

I + you = we

Have you ever traveled to China?

(Answer: No, we haven’t.)

students

Have they marched in this parade before?

(Answer: No, they haven’t, but they have marched in other parades.)

marchers

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