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    what is the difference betweeen have and go in the future tense?

    Any information about other tenses will help too.

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    Re: have/got

    Quote Originally Posted by mollsen View Post
    what is the difference betweeen have and go in the future tense?

    Any information about other tenses will help too.
    ====Not a teacher===

    The word "have" and "go" hold different meanings irrespective of what tense they are.

    I guess you are referring to "will have" and "will go."

    Will have = Future perfect.

    Will (future) + have (perfect)

    Ex: John will have had his car for over two years.

    "will have" is the "future perfect" and "had" is the "past participle."

    Had = owned (in the above context)

    Will go = Future tense of "go."

    Refer to the below link for further information:

    Future Perfect - Glossary Definition - UsingEnglish.com

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