50 Sentences in Present Perfect Tense

50 Sentences in Present Perfect Tense! Has your English teacher ever asked you to write a paragraph or essay in the present perfect tense? It can be a little confusing at first but don’t worry – with a little practice, you’ll get the hang of it! In this blog post, we will give you some tips on how to use the present perfect tense correctly and show you some examples of how it can be used in sentences.

So let’s get started!

50 sentences in present perfect tense

50 Sentences in Present Perfect Tense

  1. You have finished your lunch.
  2. He has gone to school this morning.
  3. You have seen a movie last week.
  4. The cat has not finished its lunch.
  5. He has not made a cake.
  6. They have not done their homework.
  7. You have not taken your lunch.
  8. She has not lost her purse.
  9. The cat has not learned the National Anthem by heart.
  10. He has not given his answer sheet to the teacher.
  11. We have not bought the TV for our house.
  12. You have not taken your lunch.
  13. They have not seen a movie last week.
  14. Her parents have not taught her how to be polite in society.
  15. The cat has not chased the rat in the kitchen.
  16. I have not lost my purse.
  17. You have not taken your lunch.
  18. He has not gone to school this morning.
  19. We have not started our journey to home.
  20. I have not lost my purse.
  21. She has not given the answer sheet to the teacher.
  22. They have not seen a movie last week.
  23. You have not finished your lunch.
  24. He has not made a cake.
  25. The cat has not finished its lunch.
  26. Has he made a cake?
  27. Have they done their homework?
  28. Have you taken your lunch?
  29. Has she lost her purse?
  30. Has the cat learned the National Anthem by heart?
  31. Has he given his answer sheet to the teacher?
  32. Have we bought the TV for our house?
  33. Have you taken your lunch?
  34. Have they seen a movie last week?
  35. Has her parents taught her how to be polite in society?
  36. Has the cat chased the rat in the kitchen?
  37. Have you lost your purse?
  38. Have you finished your lunch?
  39. Has he gone to school this morning?
  40. Have we started our journey to home?
  41. Have you lost your purse?
  42. Has she given the answer sheet to the teacher?
  43. Have they not seen a movie last week?
  44. Have you not finished your lunch?
  45. Has he made a cake?
  46. Has the cat not finished its lunch?
  47. I have a friend who is a doctor.
  48. She has bought a new house.
  49. Has your sister finished her work yet?
  50. He has been to Chicago twice.