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    have/has/having/having been/has/has been/had/had been

    have/has/having/having been/has/has been/had/had been
    can anybody explain me the concept of each one?
    I tried to find the answer in the frequently asked section but i couldnt find what i was looking for.
    I'm very much confused about the usage in each one of them.
    I know have is a plural form of the verb and has is singular.
    And
    have changes to has whenever the subject changes into 3rd person. [He,She,It]
    This is all my knowledge of the function of
    have/has (possesive use of have/has)
    I know have/has more usage than the possesive function.
    If you wouldn't mind could you also explain me the other functions of
    have/has as well?
    Thank you for your time and response :D

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    Re: have/has/having/having been/has/has been/had/had been

    Quote Originally Posted by dong6241 View Post
    have/has/having/having been/has/has been/had/had been
    can anybody explain me the concept of each one?
    I tried to find the answer in the frequently asked section but i couldnt find what i was looking for.
    I'm very much confused about the usage in each one of them.
    I know have is a plural form of the verb and has is singular.
    And
    have changes to has whenever the subject changes into 3rd person. [He,She,It]
    This is all my knowledge of the function of
    have/has (possesive use of have/has)
    I know have/has more usage than the possesive function.
    If you wouldn't mind could you also explain me the other functions of
    have/has as well?
    Thank you for your time and response :D
    "Have" is not the plural form. Verbs don't have a plural form.

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