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Affirmative / Positive Sentences
Yash has completed his work.
He has gone.
The train has arrived.
I have taken bath.
She has slept.
Suresh has just arrived.
It has just struck seven.
I have completed my project.
The teacher has taken food.
He has just arrived.
My soldiers have caught you red-handed.
You have completed your work.
He has fulfilled his dreams.
Jessica has cleaned the house.
Yash has sent a gift for you.
You have got the garbage burnt.
The clock has struck four.
Deepti has cooked the food.
We have played chess.
Geeta has washed all clothes.
My soldiers have not caught you red-handed.
You have not completed your work.
He has not fulfilled his desires.
I have not finished my household works.
Ram and Mohan have not taken dinner.
Geeta has not washed all the clothes.
He has not just gone out.
Peter has not written a letter.
Nisha has not learnt her lesson.
Seema has not taken my notebook.
He has not given up her bad habits.
He has not taken lunch.
He has not deceived you.
Seeta has not stitched all the clothes.
Rohan has not put on his clothes.
I have not read the newspaper.
You have not got my car repaired.
Flattery has not turned my mind.
I have not completed my work.
Winter season has not set in so far.
Have you taken bath?
Has she gone?
Have you taken dinner?
Have you read this novel?
Has she sung a song?
Has he slept?
Have you taken rest?
Has Sita completed household chores?
Have my soldiers caught you red handed?
Have you completed your work?
Has Deepti gone to college?
Has my father gone to market?
Have you put on this necklace?
Has Lily completed her project?
Has he gone to market?
Negative Interrogative Sentences
Haven’t you taken bath?
Has she not gone?
Have you not taken dinner?
Haven’t you read this novel?
Hasn’t she sung a song?
Hasn’t he slept?
Haven’t you taken rest?
Hasn’t Sita completed household chores?
Haven’t my soldiers caught you red handed?
Have you not completed your work?
Has Deepti not gone to college?
Hasn’t my father gone to market?
Have you not put on this necklace?
Hasn’t Lily completed her project?
Has he not gone to market?
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