Present Perfect Simple (Life Experience)

We use the Present Perfect Simple to talk about things that we have done in our life, in other words to talk about our life experience.  
(+) Positive: Subject + have/has + past participle 
Example:  I have been to China. 

(-) Negative: Subject + have/has + not + past participle 
Example:  I have not eaten Sushi.
(?) Question:  Have/Has + subjectpast participle ?
Example: Have you tried ice skating?
Matthew Fast

Matthew is the Owner and Academic Director at ULC. He has been teaching English for 12 years and loves breaking down grammar in its simplest form. He also thinks that students should focus on improving their fluency first, and then their accuracy! "Think in English"

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