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Present Perfect Tense in Urdu

I hope you enjoyed our last lesson which was about preset indefinite tense. In today’s lesson, I am going to teach you all about The present perfect tense in the Urdu language. We use this tense when we see things as happening in the past but having a result in the present. It means this tense tell us about the past and the present. In this lesson, you are going to learn the formation of this tense, form of the verb (past participle) which used in the tense as well as the auxiliary verb (helping verb – has or have) which is used for this tense. And at last, we will learn how to make affirmative, negative, interrogative sentence in this tense. At the end of this post, I have added a videos lesson which is for the students who understand the Urdu Language.

 

Urdu Section of Present Perfect Tense

 

Definition of Present Perfect Tense in Urdu

 

 

explanation of present perfect tense in urdu
Explanation of Present Perfect Tense in Urdu

 

 

examples of present perfect tense with urdu translation
Example of Present Perfect Tense with Urdu Translation

 

 

 Past participle form of Verb

Past participle form of the verb is used for this tense. Either they are regular or irregular. We just add “ed” at the end of an infinitive verb to make a regular verb. There are no hard and fast rules to make past participle irregular verbs.

 

How to Make Affirmative, Negative and Interrogative Sentences in Present Perfect Tense?

 

 Formation of regular and irregular verbs

  1 -Formation of the regular verb

The regular infinitive verb is “work”.

Regular past participle will be “worked”.

 2- Formation of the irregular verb

The irregular infinitive verb is “go”.

Irregular past participle verb will be “gone”.0

 

 Auxiliary Verb (helping verb) “Has” and “Have”

1 – “Has” as a Helping Verb

We use helping verb “has” or “have” in order to make present perfect tense. We select one of them according to the subject of a sentence. If the subject of the sentence “he”, “she”, “it” or any other singular noun, we use “has” as a helping verb.

2-  “have” as a Helping Verb

“have” is used when a subject of the sentence is “you”, “we”, “they”, “I” or any other plural noun.

 

 Sentence Structure

Subject + helping verb + verb + object + .

Affirmative, Negative and Interrogative Sentences in Present Perfect Tense

1- Affirmative Sentences in Present Perfect Tense

We first put subject then helping verb and at the end an object and end the sentence with the full stop.

Examples:-

  • She has Completed her homework.
  • I have completed my homework.
  • Saifullah has completed his homework.
  • They have completed their homework.

 2- Negative Sentences in Present Perfect Tense

“not” comes between the verb and helping verb to form a negative sentence.

Examples

  • She has not completed her homework.
  • I have not completed my homework.
  • Saifullah has not Completed his homework.
  • They have completed their homework.

 

 

 3- Interrogative Sentences in Present Perfect Tense

“helping verb” always come at the beginning of the sentence and it ends with a question mark.

 

Examples

  • Has she completed her homework?
  • Have I completed my homework?
  • Has Saifullah completed his homework?
  • Have they completed their homework?

 

 More Examples of Present Perfect

  • She has folded the clothes.
  • They have been to London.
  • Has enchantress trued the prince into a hideous beast?
  • We have got rid of them.
  • My bother has not come yet.
  • They have already known.
  • Andy has set the table for dinner.
  • Have you learned the lesson?
  • Have you got this lesson?

About Sajid Hussain

Sajid Hussain is an online English teacher. He has been teaching English through Urdu/Hindi for 5 years.