Beispielsätze zum Present Perfect
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Ein paar Satzbeispiele zum Present Perfect:
10 Positive Sätze im Present Perfect:
Catherine has cleaned the house because she is having a party tonight.
Cindy has never been to Berlin.
I have already packed my suitcase.
She has lost her beautiful purse.
Peter has drawn a very nice picture.
Cindy has already been at the new café.
Sue and Walter have washed their car.
I have dialed that number a hundred times and now I know it by heart.
We have learned a lot at school.
I’ve been cold the whole day and caught a cold.
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10 Negative Sätze im Present Perfect:
He has not gone to a museum since 2010.
Peter has not learned his vocabulary yet.
Simon’s dad has not repaired the bike yet.
My father has not helped me with my Maths homework.
She has not visited her grandmother since last Christmas.
Bob has not visited his grandma.
Jimmy has not played on the computer.
I’m very thirsty because I have not drunk anything at all the whole day.
I’m still tired because I haven’t slept well.
Martin hasn’t done a good job.
10 Positive Fragesätze im Present Perfect:
Have you already seen the beautiful picture which was drawn by your daughter?
How many movies have you seen so far?
Has your sister already called you?
Oh my God! How many times have we sung that song till now?
Where have you been?
The whole house smells of garlic! Who has cooked dinner?
How many books has Sarah bought?
Has she already made friends with the new girl in class?
Have you already got all Christmas presents?
Have you ever played a trick on your teacher?
10 Negative Fragesätze im Present Perfect:
Why haven’t you answered all the questions?
Haven’t you read that book a hundred times?
Why hasn’t she been to the hairdresser since her last birthday?
Why hasn’t Carmen talked to her boyfriend for weeks?
Why haven’t you watered the plants since Monday?
Why has Jane not tidied up her room?
Why has Alex not fed the hamster?
Haven’t I already explained that to you?
Hasn’t she taken any photos when she was in London?
Hasn’t Mr Smith installed the new programme on our computers yet?