Have Or Has? Or, Had?

 Hi, guys.

How are you? Hope that you are fine. I'm well.It is a way to dispel the confusion of using Have,Has and Had for the non-native speakers which I am going to show. It is the easiest way to use these Verbs.

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Have Or Has?Or Had?

Let's get started:

It is very easy. Isn't it? Yeah.

How to use them?

First thing is, 'have' is used with I,You and we.

●We have a car.

●I have two pens.

●You have two sisters.

But, except I,You and We , 'has' is used with all the Subjects of Singular Number and 'have' is used with all the Subjects of Plural Number.

Let's see:

1. She has a ball.

2. He has a car.

3. It has strength.

4. They have gone there.

5. Raju has finished the work.

This is the only easiest way to use Have and Has.

But, the use of "had"?

It is very very easy.

It is used with all the Subjects. I mean, it is used with the Subjects of both 'Singular Number's and 'Plural Number'.

The Very Important Things:

Have and Has are used in both   Simple Present Tense and Present Perfect Tense.

How?

It is simple.

Let's come to the point.

1. If no Verb is used after Have and Has, it is Simple Present Tense.

2. If the Past Participle form of main verb is used after Have and Has, it is Present Perfect Tense.

How are they?

Let's see:

The examples of Simple Present Tense where "have" and "has" are used:There are no the Past Participle forms of main Verbs:

1. I have a pencil, but you have a pen.

2. We have a new car which bought yesterday.

3. You have 50 books, but I have three books.

4. He has a bicycle.

5. She has an old dress.

The examples of Present Perfect Tense where there are the Past Participle forms of main Verbs after Have and Has:

1. We have completed the tasks.

2. We have done the work just now.

3. He has gone to school by bus.

4. She has written a letter.

5. Ram has read the book which I gave to him.

Important thing:

Had is the past form of Have and Has.

But, "had" is used in both Simple Past  and Past Perfect.

How?

Well, if no Past Participle form of main Verb is used after Had, it is Simple Past Tense. And, if the Past Participle form of main Verb is used after Had, it is Past Perfect Tense.

Let's see:

The Examples of Simple Past Tense where there are no Past Participle forms.

1. I had a car.

2. We had 5 bicycles.

3. He had two wives.

The examples of Past Perfect Tense where there are Past Participle forms after Had

1. I had finished the work before they arrived.

2. He arrived here after I had completed the tasks.

3. The man had met me before I ate my meal.

An Important Thing:

In any Perfect Tense, the Past Participle forms are used.

-This is about,

Have Or Has?Or Had?

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