Perfect Form (BEEN) Exercises
The perfect form of the verb TO BE is BEEN.
(Perfect means the action is complete = finished.)
Learn about the perfect tenses:
- I have been
- He/She/It has been
- You/We/They have been
- I had been
- He/She/It had been
- You/We/They had been
- I will have been
- He/She/It will have been
- You/We/They will have been
Examples (each sentence includes a time phrase):
- Up until now, Tim has been highly helpful.
- The children have been naughty several times this month.
- I had been very patient with my students until yesterday.
- Jason had been rude to the waiter before he apologized.
- We will have been working on the project for two months by next Monday.
- By this time tomorrow, I will have been in town for 48 hours.