Present Perfect - Special verbs

Present Perfect
Summary
Use
Signal words
Form of affirmative, negative sentences and questions
Spelling
Special verbs
Diagram
Long forms and short forms
Present Perfect - Complex Test 1
Exercises - Present Perfect

Special verbs in the Present Perfect

1) have as a full verb
affirmative sentence negative sentence question
I, we, you, they:
I have had a book. I have not had a book. Have I had a book?
he, she, it:
He has had a book. He has not had a book. Has he had a book?

2) be as a full verb
affirmative sentence negative sentence question
I, we, you, they:
I have been to Britain. I have not been to Britain. Have I been to Britain?
he, she, it:
He has been to Britain. He has not been to Britain. Has he been to Britain?

3) do as a full verb
affirmative sentence negative sentence question
I, we, you, they:
I have done an exercise. I have not done an exercise. Have I done an exercise?
he, she, it:
He has done an exercise. He has not done an exercise. Has he done an exercise?

NOTE:
We sometimes use short forms for have (has) with affirmative or negative sentences.

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