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Affirmative : Structure S+have/has+ V(past participle)
I have done the homework
she has done the homework
Negative: S+ havent/hasn’t + V (past participle)
I haven’t done the homework
she hasn’t done the homework
Interrogative : have/has + S + V (past participle) ?
Have you done the homework? Yes, I have / No, I haven’t
The past participle of regular verbs ends in -ed . It has the same form as the past simple ending
The past participle of irregular verbs need to be learnt individually.
Been vs gone
The verb go has two past participle forms: been and gone.
We use been when we know that someone has returned from a journey.
John has been to Mexico(He is back now)
We use gone when they have not returned.
John has gone to India (He is still in India)
Particles of the Present Perfect
Just. We use it with the present perfect affirmative or interrogative to talk about something that happened a very short time ago.
Position: before the past participle
I have just eaten have you just eaten?