Simple Present: I am, you are, [he, she it ] is ..... we are, you are, they are
Simple Past: I was, you were, [he,she, it] was... we were, you were, they were
Present Perfect: I have [not] been, you have [not] been, [he,she,it] has [not] been...
we have [not] been, you have [not] been, they have [not] been She has been in Bolivia many times. He has been there only once in his life. I have never been to Spain. Have you ever been there?
Present Perfect: Questions:
Have [ I, you, we, they,] been ... to New York?
Has [he, she, it] been a dancer?
Past Perfect: To Be: She said she had been a doctor in China when the war began.
I, you, he, she, it, we, they... / They said they HAD BEEN / very young at the time the volcano erupted. I had been / you had been / he, she, it had been / we had been, they had been
Conjugation of the verb TO HAVE: Simple Present tense
I have, you have, [he, she, it] has, ..... we have, you have, they have
I don't have, you don't have, [he, she, it] doesn't have, we don't have, you don't have, they don't have...any money
For Example: I do not .../ I don't have any information about the party.
[or../ I have no information ....about the party]
TO HAVE - SIMPLE PAST TENSE: I - you-had../ he-she-it had../ we-you -they- had...
I had a good time at the party../ I had lunch at the restaurant../ I had a baby last week../
I had a headache../ I had breakfast already../ etc.
TO HAVE: Present Perfect tense: ACTIVE VOICE
I have had../ you have had../ he-she-it../ HAS had../ we-you-they..have had /
..a wonderful time at your party.
TO HAVE - Past Perfect tense: I - you - he-she-it- had had../ we-you-they../ ..had had: Example: The time I spent in London was the best vacation I had ever had.If I had had the time, I would have written you a letter.