Present Perfect Form of Verbs
Today, we will be learning about the present perfect form of past tense verbs.
The present perfect form of the past tense suggests that a past action is still affecting the present.
The present perfect form of the past tense is usually formed with have/has + the past participle.
Simple past: John started his homework.
Present Perfect: John has started his homework.
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