person + have/has + verb in past participle + object + complement
I have eaten pizza in the restaurant for a long time.
You have played volleyball in the beach since 1998.
He has driven his car to the office since 10 years ago.
She has studied english at busuu for 3 months.
it has flashed repeatedly for 5 minutes.
We have practiced conversation in the classroom the last 6 months.
You have watched TV for many hours.
They have worked for that company since 2004.
Usage: it's used to indicate personal experience, professional experience, things you finished doing, many people use this tense as a variation of past.
hasn't = has not
haven't = have not
She hasn't eaten sushi yet.
Anna hasn't played the piano for 3 years.
You haven't writen a letter yet.
you have to invert the order among the object (person) and the auxiliary (have/has)
Has she eaten sushi yet?
Hasn't Anna played the piano for 3 years?
Have you writen a letter yet?
Where have you worked for 4 years?
When have you gone to the beach?
very good, thank you very much!!!
you're welcome =D !!!!!
yet,that's great! i'm Frank ,speak Chinese ,and learning English now , my SKYPE ID is "frank2576541981". hope to become good friend with you .
Hola, no se como funciona esto de los grupos. Un miembro del grupo no puede iniciar una conversacion en el mismo, solo el que lo creo? No se, si alguien me puede explicar se lo agradeceria JÉP (; mm, Estoy aprendiendo Ingles, si alguien me quiere ayudar con el idioma que estudio, gracias :)
My skype is: Chiinaa.k
I have smoken cigar and i want to quit
I have learned English Since 1995 , but I can not speak English very well untill now.
i would like to learn more, do you help me?