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    Subject + have + noun

    Which one of the below sentences is correct in the past tense for (I have car).

    1, I had a car. Or
    2, I have had a car.

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    Re: Subject + have + noun

    ]Both sentence are grammatically correct.
    'Had', in #1, is past simple; 'have had', in #2, is present perfect.

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