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MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 1

Identify the sentence that incorrectly uses the present perfect tense.

Detailed Solution for MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 1
Option D is incorrect because it should be 'She has finished her homework.' The present perfect tense requires 'has' for singular third-person subjects.
MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 2

Which sentence correctly uses the present perfect tense?

Detailed Solution for MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 2
The present perfect tense is formed using 'have/has + past participle.' Option B correctly uses this tense ('has been') and is appropriate for actions whose time is not specified. Options A and C incorrectly use the present perfect with specific past time expressions, and Option D uses an incorrect past participle form.
MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 3

Choose the sentence that correctly converts from simple past to present perfect tense.

Detailed Solution for MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 3
Option B correctly changes 'visited' (simple past) to 'has visited' (present perfect), indicating a completed action at an unspecified time. The other options either use incorrect past participles or incorrect tense.
MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 4
Which sentence correctly forms a question in the present perfect tense?
Detailed Solution for MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 4
The correct structure for forming questions in the present perfect tense is 'Has/Have + subject + past participle?' Thus, both Options A and B correctly follow this structure.
MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 5
What is the negative form of the present perfect tense in this sentence: "She has finished the report"?
Detailed Solution for MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 5
The negative form of the present perfect tense is made by adding 'not' after 'has/have.' Therefore, both "She has not finished the report" and "She hasn't finished the report" are correct.
MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 6
Find the sentence where the present perfect tense is used incorrectly.
Detailed Solution for MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 6
Option C incorrectly uses the present perfect tense ('have gone') with a specific past time expression ('an hour ago'). The present perfect tense is not used with specific past times.
MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 7
Identify the correct use of the present perfect tense with a time expression.
Detailed Solution for MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 7
Option D correctly uses the present perfect tense ('has been') with a time expression that does not specify when the action started ('since last week'). The other options incorrectly use specific past times with the present perfect tense.
MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 8
Choose the sentence that does NOT use the present perfect tense.
Detailed Solution for MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 8
Option C, 'She sang beautifully in the concert,' is in the simple past tense, not the present perfect. The present perfect tense would be 'She has sung.'
MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 9
Which of these sentences correctly uses a negative form in the present perfect tense?
Detailed Solution for MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 9
Both Options A and B correctly use the negative form in the present perfect tense ('haven't seen' and 'has not been'). Option C is incorrect due to the double negative ('haven't never').
MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 10
Identify the sentence where the present perfect tense is used to describe an experience.
Detailed Solution for MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 10
Option A correctly uses the present perfect tense ('have met') to describe a life experience. The present perfect tense is often used to talk about experiences up to the present. The other options do not correctly reflect experiences or use specific past time expressions, which are not appropriate with the present perfect tense.
MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 11
Which sentence correctly forms a present perfect tense question with a WH-word?
Detailed Solution for MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 11
Options B and C correctly use the present perfect tense in a question with a WH-word ('Why has' and 'Where have'). The structure is 'WH-word + has/have + subject + past participle.' Option A is incorrect due to the use of 'has' with a plural subject.
MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 12
Identify the sentence where the present perfect tense is used to describe a continuing situation.
Detailed Solution for MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 12
Option A correctly uses the present perfect tense ('has lived') to describe a situation that started in the past and continues into the present ('for ten years'). The other options either use specific past times or describe completed actions, not continuing situations.
MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 13
Which sentence incorrectly uses the present perfect tense?
Detailed Solution for MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 13
Option C is incorrect because the present perfect tense ('have seen') should not be used with specific past time expressions like 'yesterday.' The present perfect tense is used for actions that have relevance to the present or are not tied to a specific time.
MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 14
Choose the sentence that correctly uses the present perfect tense to describe a recent action.
Detailed Solution for MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 14
Option A correctly uses the present perfect tense ('have just finished') to describe a recent action. The other options incorrectly pair the present perfect tense with specific past times, which is not appropriate.
MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 15
Find the sentence that correctly uses the present perfect tense in a negative question.
Detailed Solution for MCQ: Present Perfect Tense- 2 - Question 15
Both Options A and B correctly form negative questions in the present perfect tense ('Haven't they left' and 'Hasn't she finished'). Option C is incorrect due to the awkward placement of 'not.'
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