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Would it be:
I knew it was you.
OR I knew it is you.
Is there a rule for this?....if so plzz tell me
yeah pretty much....and i also have problems with "had have" would u help me with that? when do we use "have had" and "had have"??
Boy, u scare meh!! yes i understood that Mr. or Mrs....fivejedjon (whoever)
You can use have had: I have had a good time. I have had some lunch.
But not: *I had have a good time. *I had have some lunch.
had is the past participle of have and the simple past tenseand the past subjunctive of have.
You can also write I had had a good time....... or I had had some lunch..... where ...... represents something which happened after 'a good time' or 'some lunch', for example:
I had had a good time, then I fell and broke my leg.
I had had some lunch, then I went shopping.
You can use: I had to have: I had to have my leg amputated.
This is getting gruesome, I'll stop.