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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #4405: Present perfect
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    Present perfect

    Present perfect...
    Form: subject + To have + past participle
    example:You have seen the movie

    Form: affirmative : has/have + past participle(1)
    negative: has/have + not + past participle(2)

    interrogative : has/have + subject + past participle(3)
    short answer: yes + affirmative auxiliary(4)

    no + negative auxiliary(5)
    example: (1)She has finished
    (2)They haven't/have not worked
    (3)Have you seen the movie?
    (4)yes, he has
    (5)no, they haven't/have not

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    1. I (to be) there.

    2. You (to buy) many hockey player's cards.

    3. She (to live) in Quebec for three years.

    4. He (to study) since he was in a high school.

    5. It (to snow) every winter for years.

    6. We (to read) the book over and over again.

    7. You (not to land) yet.

    8. They (to begin) the race before the signal.

    9. I (to travel) many times in my life.

    10. She (to play) soccer for the Canadian team.

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