Present perfect tense exercises in Urdu to English examples are put on practice here. So if you are seeking to learn present perfect tense in a simple and easily understandable way then keep reading this page and make your practice to keep remember this tense in your mind set. Well, the present perfect tense has great importance in speaking, writing or talking in English. It is because it relates to that condition of time in which the work has done, such as “It has stopped the rain, I have written a letter etc”. Furthermore the conditions or negative and interrogative are also interrupted in it as well. So here we will learn the identification, Forms of verb used in this tense and use of ‘has / have’ with negative and interrogative sentences. Moreover here below you will also learn the difference between present perfect and past indefinite. It is because mostly students mixed these sentences but the rapid exercise and practice will make you able to recognize and to indentify these both tenses easily. Keep reading below…
Present Perfect Tense Exercises In Urdu To English Examples
Identification of Present Perfect Tense
Those sentences, in which we discuss about a work that has been done or completed but the time is not mentioned for that work are known as Present Perfect Tense. For example when we when we tell someone that “I have written a letter” (present perfect tense) in this sentence the time is not mentioned either when we have wrote the letter.
Use of ‘Have’ / ‘Has’
In present perfect tense we use ‘Has’ and ‘Have’ as helping verbs
- He, She, It, Singular = Has
- I, We, They, You and Plural = Have
In case of negative present perfect tense we use not after has and Have and the other sentence would remain same as the simple perfect tense. Such as “The Hen has not laid an egg”. In this sentence ‘Hen’ is a singular name so we use has and after we use not and the other sentence is telling the story.
In case when we ask about a work has done or not is known as present perfect interrogative sentence. In this case we bring has or Have (according to the subject) at the start of the sentence and the other sentence remain as same as simple or interrogative.
Mostly Students mixed the past indefinite with present perfect. Both these sentences discussed about a work has done but in past indefinite the exact time is mentioned while in case of present perfect tense the date or time is not mentioned as when the work has done. So you should make your practice through the following exercise in Urdu.
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