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Hi, it's me again
my question is..
is it a must to put a past tense after the word *have and haven't* ?
it has stopped.
it hasn't stopped running.
I have stopped smoking.
I haven't stopped smoking.
My period haven't stopped.
and... an addition
did she give/gives you some pills??
my answer is give. I don't know why but i think it's kinda weird if use gives. can anyone explain why ??
I would use give if the sentence ended with question mark whereas i will use gives if it ended with full mark.
example. she gives you a pencil. Am I using it correctly?
Last edited by ahmin92; 04-Feb-2012 at 06:52.
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