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English is heart of the world – Few words with you (Part 2 (g) Asking questions in Present perfect)

These are very simple steps to practice.

By Ravi Karanam.
    I hope that, you are following this. These are very simple steps to practice. But remember, should not by heart. Some people are in the same way. I came to know that. Try to understand and write often. You will get some ideas, and routes. How many topics are there in this language? uncountable. Are you able to by heart. Highly impossible. Is it right?
  so, try to read more. To discuss with your nearest one. Within few days, you will have more content or subjects. Do not worry. Keep some rules in your daily life.
1) Think in English.
2) Speak in English.
3) Read Write in English.
4) Improve the vocabulary. Whatever, for practice. These four pillers are holding the roof of English.
As a teacher, I know very well. Few days, number of people show their interest. If they do not understand, they will keep out. It shoul not right. Take interest more. It creates many chances in your working field.
We ask the questions with the help of helping verbs. They are, Have/Has.
Positive = have and has.
Negative = haven’t and hasn’t.
Formula = Helping verbs + Subject + Verb(3) + Object.
Have I disturbed him ?
Yes. you have disturbed him.
Haven’t I disturbed him ?
No, you haven’t disturbed him.
Have I called them ?
Yes. you have called them.
Haven’t I called them ?
No, you haven’t called them.
Have we remembered her ?
Yes, we have remembered her.
Haven’t we remembered her ?
No we haven’t remembered her.
Have we helped him ?
Yes, we have helped him.
Haven’t we helped him ?
No we haven’t helped him.
Have you ignored the work ?
Yes I have ignored the work.
Haven’t you ignored the work ?
No, I haven’t ignored the work.
Have you done the work ?
Yes I have done the work.
Haven’t you done the work ?
No, I haven’t done the work.
Have they encouraged you ?
Yes, they have encouraged me.
Haven’t  they encouraged you ?
No, they haven’t  encouraged me.
Have they discouraged him ?
Yes, they have discouraged him.
Haven’t  they discouraged him ?
No, they haven’t  discouraged him.
Has he opened the shop ?
Yes,he has opened the shop.
Hasn’t he opened the shop ?
No,he hasn’t opened the shop.
Has he gone to the hospital?
Yes,he has gone to the hospital.
Hasn’t he gone to the hospital ?
No,he hasn’t gone to the hospital.
Has she hated him ?
Yes, she has hated him.
Hasn’t she hated him ?
No, she has hated him.
Has she liked her ?
Yes, she has liked her.
Hasn’t  she liked her ?
No, she has liked her.
Has it eaten the Banana ?
Yes, it has eaten the Banana.
Hasn’t it eaten the Banana ?
No, it hasn’t eaten the Banana.
Has it stolen the money ?
Yes, it has stolen the money .
Hasn’t it stolen the money?
No, it hasn’t stolen the money.
collect the verbs.
Ver(1) Ver(2) Verb(3)
prove proved proved
preach preached preached
provide provided provided
produce produced produced
play played played
pluck plucked plucked
profit profited profited
question questioned questioned
quench quenched quenched
quarrel quarreled quarreled
unite united united
use used used
want wanted wanted
worry worried worried
work worked worked
wander wandered wandered
wonder wonder wonder
waste wasted wasted
walk walked walked
yawn yawned yawned
yoke yoked yoked
zoom zoomed zoomed

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