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    where shall i use have and has

    where shall i use have and has

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    Re: where shall i use have and has

    Quote Originally Posted by me_vijay78
    where shall i use have and has
    Do you mean the main verb HAVE?

    I have a book.
    You have a book.
    She, Mary, has a book
    He, Tom, has a book.
    It, the library, has a book.
    They have a book.

    Or do you mean the Present Perfect verb HAVE?

    I have done my homework.
    You have done your homwork.
    She has done her homework.
    He has done his homework.
    It has done its homework.
    They have done their homework.

    :D

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    Re: where shall i use have and has

    Quote Originally Posted by me_vijay78
    where shall i use have and has
    "Has" is the third person singular form. In other cases, use "have". :wink:

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