English Grammar Present Perfect Questions
Learn English Present Perfect Questions Grammar

Grammar Level 3- Lesson Five

In this grammar lesson, you learn about Present Perfect Questions in English and how to use it in your English conversation and writing. Just follow examples and write them down a few times to learn them very well. After finishing this lesson, you should work on its quiz.

Grammar Recap

In our previous lesson, we covered the Present Perfect Negative If you just landed on this page, we suggest that you complete our previous lesson including its quizzes before continuing on this lesson.

Requirement Lessons

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Present Perfect Tense — Questions

 

Have or Has + Subject + past participle

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

Plural
Have we seen…
Have you 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?

(Your answer:

Yes, you have. / No, you haven’t.)

Have you lived in the United States long?

(Answer: No, I haven’t. / Yes, I have.)

Has he had any coffee yet this morning?

(Answer: No, he hasn’t.)

Has she ridden a bike before?

(Answer: Yes, she has.)

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.)

Have you ever traveled to China?

(Answer: No, we haven’t.)

Have they marched in this parade before?

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

 

Quiz for Present Perfect Questions

Now that you learned your new lesson, it is time to go to the Present Perfect Questions page and finish your quiz. While working on your quiz, you can always go back to its lesson to refresh your memory.

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