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    Cool Use of must have had + verb

    Is it correct to use must have had + verb ?

    Which of the following sentence is correct ?


    He must have asked him before he made the change.
    OR
    He must have had asked him before he made the change.


    Please reply. Thanks a lot.

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    Re: Use of must have had + verb

    Quote Originally Posted by GentleBoy View Post
    Is it correct to use must have had + verb ?
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    No unless you are using 'had to': He must have had to ask him.

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