Present perfect form exercises

Practise how to make positive, negative and question forms of the present perfect tense.

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To make the present perfect tense we use the auxiliary verb have/has and the past participle of the main verb (its third form). Regular verbs form the past participle by adding -ed at the end. Irregular verbs have their unique past participle, it should be memorised. The exercises on this page are designed for beginners. They will help you practise making affirmative, negative, interrogative sentences in the present perfect with regular and common irregular verbs. The exercises are essential for the further study of this verb tense.