present perfect simple questions – range

present perfect simple questions – range

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Point 51 in the category of PAST and present perfect simple is defined as:

question form with an increasing range of verbs.

Looking for variable length questions on iWeb is always a hard task.  Here is only one set pattern that finds some.

* have|has * _vvn ?

1 HAS (VHZ) LANGUAGE (NN1) CHANGED (VVN) ? (?) 577
2 WHAT (DDQ ) HAVE (VH0) WE (PPIS2) LEARNED (VVN) ? (?) 416
3 WHAT (DDQ ) HAVE (VH0) YOU (PPY) GOT (VVN) ? (?) 332
4 HAVE (VH0) YOU (PPY) HEARD (VVN) ? 264
5 WHAT (DDQ ) HAVE (VH0) YOU (PPY) LEARNED (VVN) ? (?) 211
6 WHAT (DDQ ) HAVE (VH0) I (PPIS1) MISSED (VVN) ? (?) 176
7 WHAT (DDQ ) HAVE (VH0) I (PPIS1) LEARNED (VVN) ? (?) 124
8 YOU (PPY ) HAVE (VH0) EVER (RR) SEEN (VVN) ? (?) 121
9 WHY (RRQ ) HAS (VHZ) THIS (DD1) HAPPENED (VVN) ? (?) 115
10 YOU (PPY ) HAVE (VH0) EVER (RR) HEARD (VVN) ? (?) 105
11 YOU (PPY ) HAVE (VH0) EVER (RR) RECEIVED (VVN) ? (?) 91

13 HOW (RRQ ) HAS (VHZ) THIS (DD1) HAPPENED (VVN) ? (?) 79
14 LONG (RR ) HAVE (VH0) YOU (PPY) GOT (VVN) ? (?) 76
15 WHAT (DDQ ) HAVE (VH0) YOU (PPY) TRIED (VVN) ? (?) 75


IT HAS BEEN PLACED?


17 WHAT (DDQ ) HAVE (VH0) WE (PPIS2) GOT (VVN) ? (?) 71
18 . (. ) HAS (VHZ) ANYTHING (PN1) CHANGED (VVN) ? (?) 70
19 WHERE (RRQ ) HAVE (VH0) THEY (PPHS2) GONE (VVN) ? (?) 68
20 YOU (PPY ) HAVE (VH0) BEEN (VBN) GIVEN (VVN) ? (?) 67
21 . (. ) HAS (VHZ) THAT (DD1) CHANGED (VVN_VVD_JJ@) ? (?) 67


HAVE YOU NOTICED?

  Alabama’s News Leader
Have you noticed a change in your water?

24 WORLD (NN1 ) HAS (VHZ) EVER (RR) SEEN (VVN) ? (?) 63
25 WHAT (DDQ ) HAVE (VH0) YOU (PPY) FOUND (VVN) ? (?) 62
26 THEY (PPHS2 ) HAVE (VH0) NOT (XX) HEARD (VVN) ? (?) 60
27 THEY (PPHS2 ) HAVE (VH0) NOT (XX) BELIEVED (VVN) ? (?) 59

29 WHAT (DDQ ) HAVE (VH0) YOU (PPY) SEEN (VVN) ? (?) 52
30 , (, ) HAVE (VH0) YOU (PPY) HEARD (VVN) ? (?) 51


HE HAS BEEN FINED?


CHALLENGES  HAVE YOU  FACED?

  Entertainment Focus
What can fans expect from the album and what challenges have you faced while making it?

Out of the above results,

B1
challenges (1)
faced (1)
noticed (3)
B2
fined (1)
placed (1)

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