In Japanese, perfect tense is called 完了形 (かんりょうけい; kanryokei).
Present perfect tense is formed using
have + past participle. It is taught in 3rd grade JHS.
- I have been to Aomori. (Things you experienced.)
- I have finished my homework. (Things you completed.)
- I have played baseball since I was 5. (Things you did and still do.)
Past perfect tense, then, is formed using
had + past participle. It is taught in 3rd grade high school.
- I had been to Aomori before, so last week's trip was not interesting.
Present perfect activities
- The Present Perfect House of Horrors.
- Have/Haven't game.
- Find Someone Who.
- The Greatly Revered Adverbs of Frequency Game.
- There is a Time and Place....
- Only You.
- Liar! Liar!.
- To Tell a Lie.
- Peculiar Actions.
- Bragging Rights.
- Oh! No! My...!.