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    rattcod is offline Newbie
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    Smile he'd had

    where is used "he'd had" and what is it mean
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    thnx in advance

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    Re: he'd had

    Could you be a more specific? Your question is very unspecified.

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    Re: he'd had

    Quote Originally Posted by rattcod View Post
    where is used "he'd had" and what is it mean
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    thnx in advance
    You can say:
    I've had a severe headache for two hours meaning your headache started two hours ago, and you are still suffering from it now.

    In the past, you could say:
    I'd had a severe headache for two hours meaning your headache had started two hours before, and you were still suffering from it at the time.

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    Re: he'd had

    Quote Originally Posted by rattcod View Post
    where is used "he'd had" and what is it mean
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    thnx in advance
    It's the past perfect form of "to have".
    He had had enough, so he left.

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