How to Use Has to Ask Questions about Completed Action

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We use has in a sentence to ask a question about the completed action. We have seen that we can use ‘has to show the completed action in the present.

Formation of a question using ‘has’

We use an auxiliary verb ‘has with the past participle of the main verb in a question.

  • In the present tense, we use ‘has with the subjects- he, she, it, and any other singular noun.

When we ask a question, we should use ‘has’ at the start of a sentence.

We shall see how to form a question about the completed action.

So, the formation of a question is as follows:

The construction of a question in the present tense is as follows:

  • Has + subject (he/she/it/any other singular noun) + past participle of the main verb + other words + question mark (?).

Examples of ‘has’ in a question

Let’s see how to use ‘has’ in the questions with some examples.

Here are some examples. The formation is as above.

Have a look-

  1. Has a herd of antelope seen us hiding by the tree?
  2. Has a litter of cubs seen a lioness hunting an animal?
  3. Has he done well in his exams?
  4. Has she travelled the entire world?
  5. Has John lost his wallet in the mall?
  6. Has she heard about that scheme of investment?
  7. Has Ravina adopted two girls?
  8. Has a tiger hunted a deer?
  9. Has she solved so many difficulties during her work period?
  10. Has he applied for the job of medical officer at the railway hospital?
  11. Has she seen a ghost at the corner of a building?
  12. Has Krishna collected so many postage stamps?
  13. Has my mother made a cake for my birthday party?
  14. Has she spent her holidays with her family?
  15. Has a worker washed my car with a new cleaning liquid today?
  16. Has he watched that film four times?
  17. Has she cleaned the kitchen before going to bed?
  18. Has her son spent all the money on foreign trips?
  19. Has Aditya participated in the international film festival?
  20. Has she told me about that incident before?
  21. Has a singer sung this song so beautifully?
  22. Has he bought a new car for his sister on her birthday?
  23. Has a courier boy delivered my documents in a plastic pouch?
  24. Has he washed his hands and face before dinner?
  25. Has a lotus flower bloomed in the pond?
  26. Has she completed her interior assignment in four hours?
  27. Has he received an expensive wristwatch as a gift on his birthday?
  28. Has the banana turned brown?
  29. Has a student answered thirty difficult questions correctly?
  30. Has he expanded his company’s operations this year?

Related Lessons-

  1. Use of ‘am’ to explain the state of being
  2. Use of is to tell about the profession
  3. Use of pronoun ‘these’ in questions
  4. Use of will in negative answers
  5. Use of have in the questions

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