This is a common and useful structure in English. It links our experience of a situation or event with time in the past, time in the present and even time the future.
Form: have/has + past participle
- I have eaten Japanese food.
- You have been to Glasgow.
- She has watched a French film.
- He has studied Italian.
- We have visited the castle.
- You haven't played golf.
- They haven't been to Spain.