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    Smile he'd had

    where is used "he'd had" and what is it mean
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    Re: he'd had

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

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

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