Short/contracted forms and long forms in the Present Perfect

How to use short/contracted forms with the Present Perfect

We often use short/contracted forms of auxiliaries in spoken English. The Present Perfect is formed with the auxiliary have. So short/contracted forms are used frequently with Present Perfect.

1. Affirmative forms

Pronouns Long forms Contracted forms
I I have gone I've gone
you you have gone you've gone
he, she, it he has gone he's gone
we, you, they we have gone we've gone

2. Negative forms

Pronouns Long forms Contracted forms
I I have not gone I've not gone
I haven't gone
you you have not gone you've not gone
you haven't gone
he, she, it he has not gone he's not gone
he hasn't gone
we, you, they they have not gone they've not gone
they haven't gone