- I have asked my parents to loan me some money.
- He has saved enough money to buy a car.
- She has read many books.
- You have
beenreally helpful today.
- They have
beenmarried for three years.
These sentences are taken from an online tutorial for present perfect tense. My question is why some sentences are decorated with "been" word. What we expect by adding "been". What if I write those sentences without "been" word? Ex:
You have really helpful today.
They have married for three years.
or what if I add "been" to other sentences? Ex:
I have been asked my parents to loan me some money.
He has been saved enough money to buy a car.
She has been read many books.
Is there any rule to use "been" word? I'm really confused about this. Can anyone clarify this? Any help appreciated.