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English Grammar

Present Perfect Tense


The present prefect tense connects a past action to the present time.

  • I have lost keys. I can not open the door.
  • I have spent all my money. I do not have any money now.
  • I have broken my leg last week, so I can not go to work.
  • My car had been in a accident, so now I have to take the bus.
  • Mary has gone out. She is not home now.

An action that started in the past, and still happening at the time of speaking.

  • I have played football for many years.
  • We have not been to New York.
  • Have you worked in the hospital for a long time?
  • He has seen the move many times.
  • My mother has been sick for many years.

Present Perfect Tense Exercise


Basic Grammar

Present Simple Verb Tense

Present Continuous Verb Tense

  • Present Continuous Tense
  • Present Continuous Tense Chart
  • Present Continuous Tense Quiz
  • Present Perfect Verb Tense

  • Present Perfect Tense
  • Present Perfect Tense Chart
  • Present Perfect Tense Quiz
  • Past Simple Tense vs Present Perfect Tense
  • Present Perfect or the Present Perfect Continuous Verb Tense
  • Present Perfect Continuous Verb Tense

  • Present Perfect Continuous Tense
  • Present Perfect Continuous Tense Chart
  • Present Perfect Tense vs. Present Perfect Continuous Verb Tense