20 Sentences of Present Perfect Tense (Interrogative Sentences)

20 Sentences of Present Perfect Tense (Interrogative Sentences)! When do we use the present perfect tense? The present perfect is used to indicate a past event that has present consequences. We use the present perfect to talk about experiences or changes that have taken place, but there is no specific time that we can point to when these events happened.

The present perfect is formed by using the present tense of the verb “to have” and adding the past participle of the main verb. The past participle is usually formed by adding “-ed” to regular verbs, but there are many irregular verbs in English that have different forms.

Here are some examples of interrogative sentences in the present perfect tense:

20 Sentences of Present Perfect Tense Interrogative Sentences

20 Sentences of Present Perfect Tense (Interrogative Sentences)

  1. Have you ever been to Europe?
  2. Has she finished her homework yet?
  3. Have they decided on a name for their baby?
  4. Have you ever read anything by Dickens?
  5. Has he ever had a driving licence?
  6. Have you visited the Great Wall of China?
  7. Have they found the murderer yet?
  8. Has she seen her brother recently?
  9. Have you ever been to New Zealand?
  10. Has he ever seen the Taj Mahal?
  11. Have you had your breakfast yet?
  12. Has she read that book yet?
  13. Have they found my watch yet?
  14. Has she told you everything about her childhood?
  15. Have you ever eaten Chinese food?
  16. Has she ever been to France?
  17. Have they got that book yet?
  18. Have you ever had a subscription to a magazine?
  19. Has he finished his work yet?
  20. Have you ever met her mother?


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