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    shed had it with me

    Please help me with the meaning of this sentence "shed had it with me".
    I can not understand whatever it is "would" or "had" and what it means.

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    Re: shed had it with me

    "She had had it with me" - she was fed up with me; she had had enough of me; she was done with me.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: shed had it with me

    Quote Originally Posted by jaleel2007 View Post
    I can not understand whatever whether it is "would" or "had"
    After the modal auxiliary verb "would", you must use the base form of the verb. In other words, you cannot say "She would had it with me."

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