How to use HAS?

How to use HAS?

Has + (He, She, It, Ram, Sita) + Past Participle?

HAS indicates completed actions in the immediate past. We use HAS where we are not sure of time and definite nature of an action We use HAS and HAVE for an action which began at some time in the past but still continuing.

Question Forms :

Has + He + Past Participle?
Has + She + Past Participle?
Has + It + Past Participle?
Has + Ram + Past Participle?
Has + Sita + Past Participle?

Has he brought the TV?
Has he bought a camera?
Has he kept the books?
Has he taken your pen?
Has he begun the work?
Has he learnt Hindi?
Has he sold his car?
Has she done the work?
Has she forgotten you?
Has she collected the amount?
Has she booked five tickets?
Has she been to Japan?
Has Sita seen the album?
Has the train left the station?
Has Rajesh sent the parcel?
Has Ravi read the newspaper?
Has Ram written the exam?
Has Shiva spoken to the manager?
Has Sweetha gone to the library?
Has Manoj settled the dues?
Has Prithi consulted the doctor?
Has Veena prepared the notes?

Affirmative Answers :

Yes. + He + has + Past Participle.
Yes. + She + has + Past Participle.
Yes. + It + has + Past Participle.
Yes. + Ram + has + Past Participle.
Yes. + Sita + has + Past Participle.

Yes. He has brought the TV.
Yes. He has bought a camera.
Yes. He has kept the books.
Yes. He has taken my pen.
Yes. He has begun the work.
Yes. He has learnt Hindi.
Yes. He has sold his car.
Yes. She has done the work.
Yes. She has forgotten me.
Yes. She has collected the amount.
Yes. She has booked five tickets.
Yes. She has been to Japan.
Yes. Site has seen the album.
Yes. The train has left the station.
Yes. Rajesh has sent the parcel.
Yes. Ravi has read the newspaper.
Yes. Ram has written the exam.
Yes. Shiva has spoken to the manager.
Yes. Sweetha has gone to the library.
Yes. Manoj has settled the dues.
Yes. Prithi has consulted the doctor.
Yes. Veena has prepared the notes.

Negative Answers :

No. + He + has + not + Past Participle.
No. + She + has + not + Past Participle.
No. + It + has + not + Past Participle.
No. + Ram + has + not + Past Participle.
No. + Sita + has + not + Past Participle.

No. He has not brought the TV.
No. He has not bought a camera.
No. He has not kept the book.
No. He has not taken my pen.
No. He has not begun the work.
No. He has not learnt Hindi.
No. He has not sold his car.
No. She has not done the work.
No. She has not forgotten me.
No. She has not collected the amount.
No. She has not booted five tickets.
No. She has not been Japan.
No. Sita has not seen the album.
No. The train has not left the station.
No. Rajesh has not sent the parcel.
No. Ravi has not read the newspaper.
No. Ram has not written the exam.
No. Shiva has not spoken to the manager.
No. Swetha has not gone to the library.
No. Manoj has not settled the dues.
No. Priya has not consulted the doctor.
No. Veena has not prepared the notes.

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