Question Forms Using Verb ‘to have’ as an Auxiliary Verb-(Present Perfect Tense) 2

Question Forms Using Verb ‘to have’

Rearrange the words in each sentence to make a question using verb ‘to have’ as an auxiliary verb in the present perfect tense. Don’t forget to put a capital letter at the start
of each sentence and a question mark at the end:

  1. you here have before been

  1. which you films seen have

  1. any oranges got have you

  1. have had you your tea

  1. finished have you magazine that with

  1. I’m leaving has he told you that

  1. you have got yet your certificate

  1. changed have you phone number your

  1. have what you today learnt

  1. have you bought birthday a for Jane card

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