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|When Do I Suppose To Use 'has' And 'have' In A Sentence. by Christmasdon(m): 11:38am On May 03, 2020|
yes 'has' and 'have'.
|Re: When Do I Suppose To Use 'has' And 'have' In A Sentence. by braine(m): 11:50am On May 03, 2020|
One is for plural use (have) while the other (has) is for singular use.
They have done it, not they has done it. "They" here is plural
He has done it, not he have done it. "He" here is singular.
|Re: When Do I Suppose To Use 'has' And 'have' In A Sentence. by Kaymaxi2222(m): 12:08pm On May 03, 2020|
braine:is that all pls cause i really want to know how to use them better
|Re: When Do I Suppose To Use 'has' And 'have' In A Sentence. by Kylekent59: 12:15pm On May 03, 2020|
They both go with a participle.
Watch out for the subject.
I have done the excercise
do/does - did - done
Has goes with a singular words, While have to plural words.
She(singular) has gone(participle) home
They(plural) have gone(participle) home
They are many rules.
For two words separated by and, the closest word determines if has or have would be used.
Have cats(plural) and dog been written
Has cat(singular) and dog been written
Dogs and cat has been written
Cat and Dogs have been written
Has / Have can also depict that something is just completed now. Eg: The eggs have boiled, She has gone to the market( if she isn't present/wasn't present when it started to happen, else "she is gone to the market)
While had is the past of both. I had paid him before coming here.
Just visit tolearnenglish site or you Google "has and have tolearnenglish" when it opens, click and start reading different uses plus many exercises.
|Re: When Do I Suppose To Use 'has' And 'have' In A Sentence. by Amotolongbo(f): 12:17pm On May 03, 2020|
Christmasdon:when your subject is a third person singular (he/she/it), you use has.
For all others, first and second person singular (I and you) and
First, second and third people plural (we, you and they), have is the appropriate verb
|Re: When Do I Suppose To Use 'has' And 'have' In A Sentence. by LaExpert: 8:49am On May 05, 2020|
"when do I suppose to?"
OP, this problem is deeper than knowing when to use has or have.
You may start with the advice I quoted below.
|Re: When Do I Suppose To Use 'has' And 'have' In A Sentence. by mastertunji(m): 1:28pm On May 06, 2020|
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