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    #1

    between "have" and "do" in a question tag

    helo~~!

    teacher~ i tend to confuse when i use "have" and "do" in a question tag.

    for an example:
    have you seen my pen?
    do you see my pen?

    what is the differences between those two sentences?
    how about past tense
    for an example:
    had you seen my pen?
    did you see my pen?

    i think that all from me.. glad to hear you soon...... thanks

    kah hong

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    #2

    Re: between "have" and "do" in a question tag

    Already answered.

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    #3

    Re: between "have" and "do" in a question tag

    Hello Kahhong,

    Have you seen my pen? (right from the past, until now)
    Do you see my pen? (right now)

    Had you seen my pen? (.... before I found it?)
    Did you see my pen? (...yesterday?)


    Best wishes,
    Dany

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    #4

    thank dude

    thank dany and tdol.. both of you solve my difficulty.. i appriciate it

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