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Present perfect I You He She We + They It I've With contraction She's We've It's have have has has

have have has walked played visited rained walked talked called played visited prayed rained to the park to my brother the police soccer with us Jamaica here in Brazil

to the park soccer with us Jamaica in Brazil

We use present perfect to talk about the past when mentioning the specific time is not important, we don't know the time or we don't want to mention the time.

Positive sentences with irregular verbs I You He She We They Anas have have has has have have has eaten gone had heard met spoken written too far a lot of problems in the past of him

Negative sentence with present perfect

I You He She We They It

haven't haven't hasn't hasn't haven't haven't hasn't

walked talked called played visited prayed rained

to the park to my brother the police soccer with us Jamaica here in Brazil

I You He She We They It I've She's

have have has has have have has walked never

walked talked never often visited prayed rained

to the park to my brother called played Jamaica here in Brazil

before recently

the police soccer with us already today this week

to the park been visited yet

so far this year married Jamaica

So far this year They

we've prayed

haven't

Have Has Has Have Have Has

you he she we they it

talked called played visited prayed rained

to my brother the police soccer with us Jamaica here in Brazil ? ? ?

? ? ?

Haven't Hasn't Hasn't Haven't Haven't Hasn't

you he she we they it

talked called played visited prayed rained

to my brother the police soccer with us Jamaica here in Brazil ? ? ?

? ? ?

With interrogative pronouns

What When Who Which Where

Have Has Has place Have

you he she Have they Has it

talked called played we prayed rained

to my brother about ? the police soccer with visited ? in Brazil ? ? ? ?

How many inches

With tag questions

You He + She's We've They It's You He

have has played visited have rained haven't hasn't

talked called

to my brother haven't you ? the police hasn't hasn't she we haven't it have has have has they he ? ? ? ? ? you ? he ? they it ? ?

soccer with us Jamaica prayed in Brazil talked called prayed rained

haven't here hasn't to my brother the police here in Brazil

They haven't It's hasn't

compare

I She We They

have has have have

eaten heard met spoken

I She We They

ate heard met spoke

I She We They Has Have Where

haven't hasn't haven't haven't it they have

eaten heard met spoken rained prayed they ? ? prayed ?

I She We They Did Did Where

didn't didn't didn't didn't it they did

eat hear meet speak rain pray they ? ? pray ?

The present perfect is used when the time period has NOT finished:

have

seen

three movies this week

(This week has not finished yet.)

The simple past is used when the time period HAS finished: