What are perfect tense verbs?

1 Answer
Nov 19, 2016

Answer:

The Perfect tense is a verb form that refers to an action that is complete.

Explanation:

Verbs in the perfect tense are formed by combining the appropriate form of the infinitive 'to have' with the past participle of the verb.

The resulting verb phrase in the perfect tense will refer to an action that is complete.

For example:
Past perfect
Joseph had worn his father's coat.
Anna had decided her career choice.
You had eaten all the pizza.

Present perfect
Joseph has worn his father's coat.
Anna has decided her career choice.
You have eaten all the pizza.

Future perfect
Joseph will have worn his father's coat.
Anna will have decided her career choice.
You will have eaten all the pizza.