We use Present Perfect Tense to convey
What he / she has done. It tells us that the action is over.
Let us see how…
My daughter has completed her homework. She has written question and answers of a history lesson. She has also solved a math problem set. She has done her animal project very well. She has painted a picture of a tiger for it’s cover. She has made a greeting card for her teacher.
My son has appeared for his HSC board exams. He has recently cracked the Physics Olympiad. He has helped many of his friends with their difficulties in physics. He has composed beautiful poems. He has participated in a number of elocution competitions. He has won prizes for his extraordinary speeches.
Notice the sentences in the passage. My daughter has completed, she has written, she has solved, she has done, she has painted, she has made, My son has appeared, he has cracked, he has composed, he has helped, he has participated and he has won.
The verbs completed, written, solved, done, painted, made, appeared, cracked, helped, composed, participated and won. They all are in perfect tense. And with ‘has‘ before them, they become Present Perfect Tense.
Now try to make sentences in Present Perfect Tense and tell what someone you know, has done.
Stay tuned…… Goodbye!