10 sentences of present perfect tense in English! We make the present perfect tense using the past participle of the main verb proceeded by has/have. In this article, you’ll learn 10 examples of present perfect tense in English with structures of positive, negative, and interrogative sentences in present perfect tense.
Must Learn: Present Perfect Tense Structure and Examples
What Are 10 Sentences of Present Perfect Tense in English?
The structure of present perfect tense is (Positive: Subject + have/has + V3 + Object, Negative: Subject + have/has + not + V3 + Object, Have/Has + subject + V3 + object)
- I think he hasn’t done his assignment.
- The cat has finished the food.
- Those boys have good acting skills.
- The fire has burned everything in the kitchen.
- He has forgotten what his father told him.
- He hasn’t finished his graduation yet.
- We have traveled there many times.
- I have become tired of paying this rent.
- The committee hasn’t thought about the matter seriously.
- Have you mentioned her name before?
Related: Examples of Simple Present Tense
Definition of Terms Used in this Post
Verb: A Verb is a word that shows what a person or a thing is doing. Everything we do, such as writing, playing, cooking, etc., and every action, such as walking, eating, running, and moving, is a verb.
Past Participle:The past participle refers to the third form or V3 of a verb, for example, played, gone, learned, spoken and cooked, etc. They usually end with –ed, -d, -t, -en, but it depends on whether it is a regular or an irregular verb.
Auxiliary Verbs:The verbs “have” and “has” used in the present perfect tense are called auxiliary verbs. The verb “has” is singular. (It is used for singular persons, such as Ahmad and William. It is also used pronouns such as he, she, it.)