Heart Or Hurt? Have Or Has? Bit Or Beat?

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Heart Or Hurt? Have Or Has? Bit Or Beat?

Remember:

1. The proper use of Vocabulary is the key to express your ideas and feelings in a proper way.

2. Increasing your Vocabulary will help you to use words intelligently, viz you earn knowledge.

3. You will be able to speak more meaningfully, viz you will become a better English speaker.

4. You will be able to write more meaningfully, viz the expression of your words is proper.

5. It will help you in Fluent English, viz you will be able to communicate well.

If you add a bitter gourd to a cake, what will happen?

It will be uneatable.

If you add improper words, what will happen?

It will be irritated.

So, we must know the proper use of Vocabulary. Isn't it?

Let's move on:

Heart Or Hurt?

Heart:

Parts Of Speech: Noun

Meaning: a part of body/the organ in the chest.

Let's see:

1. His heart stopped beating for a few seconds.

2. You know that I feel my heart pounding in my chest.

But, the meaning of Hurt?

Hurt:

Parts Of Speech: Verb

Meaning: to cause physical pain, to make unhappy..

Let's see:

1. He hurt his back yesterday.

2. He hurt his leg playing football.

3. I didn't want to hurt your feelings.

4. I'm sorry, I didn't mean to hurt your sister.

5. Though I wanted to hurt him, he wanted to help me.

This is the difference between Heart and Hurt.

Exceptional:

Heart means:  center

Let's see:

1. The college is in the heart of the city.

Next, Have Or Has?

First of all, these are used in both Present Perfect Tense and Simple Present Tense.

But, how?

In Present Perfect Tense, after Have or Has the Principal verb is used in Past Participle form.

Let's see:

1. He has done the work.

2. I have completed my task.

(In these sentences, Done and Completed are Past Participle forms which are used after Has and Have)

But, in Simple Present Tense, after Have and Has no Verb is written.

Let's see:

1. I have a pen.

2. He has 3 wives.

3. We have a new car.

4. He has a bicycle.

5. They have a handcart.(In these sentences, no Verb is written.)

'Had' is the past form of Have and Has.

But, the important thing to know:

After which subjects, Have is used?

After which subjects, Has is used?

It is simple. Except I, You and We, with all the Subjects of Singular Number 

'Has' is used.

Except I, You and We, with all the Subjects of Plural Number

'Have' is used.

Very Important:

1. Incorrect: I have not money.

Correct: I have no money.

2. Incorrect: I have no done.

Correct: I have not done.

3. One of the men have a car.

Correct: One of the men has a car.

Now, Bit Or Beat?

Let's move on again:

Bit:

Parts Of Speech: Noun

Meaning: piece, a part of something, small amount...

Let's see:

1. The little boy threw the bits of paper there

2. With a bit of luck, I reached there.

3. This is the best bit of the holiday.

4. I did a little bit for him.

5. Give me a little bit, it will be enough.

But, the meaning of Beat?

Beat:

Parts Of Speech: Verb

Meaning: to defeat(game), control..

Let's see:

1. The team defeated us yesterday.

2. He beat him at chess.

3. Our aim was to beat the bullying of them in the area.

4. He can never beat me at ludo.

5. I can easily beat him at tennis.

This is the difference between Bit and Beat.

Exceptional:

Beat means:

1. To make regular sound or movement: He is beating a drum./ His heart is still beating./ The bird was beating its wings.


This is about:

Heart Or Hurt? Have Or Has? Bit Or Beat?

Ultimate Solution:

1. Make sentences with these words.

2. Use them in both spoken and written

3. You should pay attention when you find these words while reading .

4. Try to get the Parts Of Speech.

5. Write the sentences with the proper use of Parts Of Speech.

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