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    Did he has jaundice?

    He has jaundice.
    Did he has jaundice?

    Do we use "did" or "do" in the sentences above?

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    Re: Did he has jaundice?

    Present tense:
    He has jaundice.
    Does he have jaundice?

    Past simple tense:
    He had jaundice.
    Did he have jaundice?

    Present perfect tense:
    He has had jaundice.
    Has he had jaundice?

    Past perfect tense:
    He had had jaundice.
    Had he had jaundice?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Did he has jaundice?

    Quote Originally Posted by mampwamp View Post
    Did he has jaundice?

    ***** NOT A TEACHER *****

    Hello, Mampwamp:

    Please remember that after "do," "does," and "did," we ALWAYS use the base form of the verb (that is to say, the infinitive WITHOUT the "to"):

    Do you have a car?
    Does Mona have a boyfriend?
    Did Raul have an examination yesterday?

    You do not have a car.
    Mona does not have a boyfriend.
    Raul did not have an examination yesterday.


    James

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