Negative – Present Perfect Tense

Soal Negative – Present Perfect Tense

Rumus Negative – Present Perfect Tense

Kalimat positive present perfect tense menggunakan auxiliary verb “have/has” dan main verb berupa verb-3 (past participle). Kalimat negatif dapat langsung dibuat dengan menambahkan “not” setelah have/has.

Kalimat Positive:

S + have/has + verb-3

Kalimat Negative:

S + have/has not + verb-3

Catatan:

  • have untuk subject “I”, “you” (singular/plural), dan plural subject (Kevin and his friends, we, they)
  • has untuk third person singular (Kevin, a friend, she, he, it)
contoh kalimat negatif present perfect tense: I haven't been to the beach in the last 12 months. (Saya belum ke pantai itu dalam 12 bulan terakhir.)
contoh kalimat negatif present perfect tense

Contoh Kalimat Negative – Present Perfect Tense

  1. I have lost a pound in two weeks.
    (Saya telah kehilangan satu pon dalam dua minggu.)

    I haven’t lost a pound in two weeks.
    (Saya tidak kehilangan satu pon dalam dua minggu.)

  2. They have frozen the bank accounts.
    (Mereka telah membekukan rekening-rekening bank tersebut.)

    They haven’t frozen the bank accounts.
    (Mereka belum membekukan rekening-rekening bank tersebut.)

  3. The hurricane has blown itself out.
    (Badai telah surut.)

    The hurricane hasn’t blown itself out.
    (Badai belum surut.)

  4. She has gone to buy them food.
    (Dia telah pergi untuk membelikan mereka makanan.)

    She hasn’t gone to buy them food.
    (Dia tidak pergi untuk membelikan mereka makanan.)

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Table of Contents:

  1. Present Perfect Tense
  2. Passive Voice – Present Perfect Tense
  3. Negative – Present Perfect Tense
  4. Yes-No Question Present Perfect
  5. Wh- Question Present Perfect Tense

Exercises:

References:

  1. Blow Itself out. http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/blow+itself+out. Accessed on May 19, 2016.
  2. How do we make the Present Perfect Tense?. https://www.englishclub.com/grammar/verb-tenses_present-perfect_s.htm. Accessed on May 19, 2016.
  3. Present Perfect. https://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/ar/english-grammar/verbs/present-tense/present-perfect. Accessed on May 19, 2016.

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