Use of Have/Has: Completed Action

Have/Has is used to explain action completed in the present tense.

Formation of this sentence is as;

  • Subject + have/has + past participle of verb + other words.

Have a look-

  1. I have submitted all the documents to the office.
  2. We have complained about the water scarcity at the building.
  3. I have come here to ask your pardon.
  4. You have taken your luggage with you.
  5. The people have gathered together to oppose the company rules.
  6. A herd of antelope has seen us hiding by the tree.
  7. A litter of cubs has seen a lioness hunting an animal.
  8. They have played football on the ground in the rain.
  9. I have spent most of my time in Mumbai.
  10. They have called me on the occasion of a party.
  11. I shall have completed my work within time.
  12. We shall have washed all our clothes tomorrow.
  13. He will have caught a thief next week.
  14. I shall have created a grammar website.
  15. They will have thrown a party of success.
  16. A teacher will have sent you the homework by email.
  17. She will have called him for asking his help.
  18. You will have come to meet me at my home.
  19. He has done well in his exams.
  20. She has traveled the entire world.
  21. John has born in 2020 at the BMC hospital.
  22. She has heard about that scheme of investment.
  23. Ravina has adopted two girls.
  24. A tiger has hunted a deer.
  25. She has solved so many difficulties during her work period.
  26. He has applied for the job of medical officer at the railway hospital.
  27. She has seen a ghost at the corner of a building.
  28. Krishna has collected so many postage stamps.
  29. My mother has made a cake for my birthday party.
  30. She has spent her holidays with her family.