Present Perfect Worksheets PDF【 Grammar and Exercises 】

Today we will be sharing Present Perfect Worksheets PDF. When we are learning a new grammar topic it is important to know the Present Perfect, for this reason we have created Present Perfect Exercises PDF to print.

present perfect worksheets PDF

The Present Perfect is used to describe actions that have occurred at some point in the past and have relevance or connection to the present. Here is a detailed explanation of the grammar of the Present Perfect.

Uses of the Present Perfect

1) Actions that occurred in the past but are relevant to the present.

2) Life experiences (without specifying the exact time)

3) Actions that started in the past and continue in the present

4) Actions repeated at unspecified times up to the present

Present Perfect Worksheets PDF

Present Perfect Worksheets PDF

Worksheets 1

In this worksheet that we are going to share you can work on the present perfect, using basic vocabulary that students can understand.

Learn the present perfect in a positive way with these exercises for primary school children.

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Worksheets 2

With these beautiful present perfect tense activities, You can work with the recognition of the verb in paticiple.

You can also work on recognizing have and has.

present perfect exercises PDF

Worksheets 3

In these present perfect exercises PDF, you will have to write the verbs in their past participle, it is important that the students recognize and learn the verbs.

In this worksheets PDF you will find more than 30 verbs to practice the present perfect with your students.

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Worksheets 4

You can learn verbs in the past participle with this verb activity in the form of bingo, learn with your students in a fun way.

Bingo past participle, this activity is completely free and very easy to do with your students.

Formation of the Present Perfect

Positive Structure

Subject + “have/has” + past participle of the verb

Negative Structure

Subject + “haven’t/hasn’t” + past participle of the verb

Interrogative Structure

Have/Has + subject + past participle of the verb

Common Contractions

  • Have not contracts to haven’t.
  • Has not contracts to hasn’t.
  • I have contracts to I’ve.
  • She has contracts to She’s.