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    I understand from the

    I understand from the previous thread that " to be" and "to have" are two different form of verb and both can be used as main verb. Like "to be" forms of verb include "was", does " to have" also includes "had".

    I thanks everone for their efforts in last thread and my apology if I was in wrong direction.

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    Re: I understand from the

    How long are you going to keep this up, suniljain? Do you understand the passive perfect construction 'You have been rumbled'?

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