Present Perfect Tense
Here's an example:
"I have studied Spanish for three years."
In this sentence, "have studied" is the present perfect tense. "Have" is the auxiliary verb, and "studied" is the past participle form of the main verb "study".
The sentence indicates that the speaker started studying Spanish in the past and has continued to study it up until the present moment. The focus is on the action of studying over a period of time, rather than on a specific point in the past
|Subject + (have/has) + past participle(verb)|
I/We/They + have + finished
He/She/It + has + finished
1) I have just finished my homework.
2) He has just cooked dinner.
3) We have just arrived at the airport.
1) She has taught English for ten years.
2) They have worked in the company for five years.
3) He has played the guitar since he was a child.
1) I have visited Paris several times.
2) She has read that book before.
3) They have seen that movie already.
|I have visited||I haven't visited||Have i visited?|
|We have visited||We haven't visited||Have we visited?|
|You have visited||You haven't visited||Have you visited?|
|He has visited||He hasn't visited||Has he visited?|
|She has visited||She hasn't visited||Has she visited?|
|It has visited||It hasn't visited||Has it visited?|
|They have visited||They haven't visited||Have they visited?|