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    Talking correct me

    Hello, This sentence "Let me have a memorable gift" should i use have or has? why?



    Thank You.


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    -kahhong

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    Default Re: correct me

    Good question, Kahhong.

    With imperative structures the subject (You) is implied,

    EX: (You) Let me have ....

    The verb "have" agrees in person and number with the implied subject (You).

    I have
    You have
    She has
    He has
    It has
    They have

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