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    #1

    is it possible....

    is it possible to use has after will?
    I will be very grateful if you help me to find the answer.

    thank you

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    #2

    Re: is it possible....

    Doubtful.

    ~R


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    #3

    Re: is it possible....

    Quote Originally Posted by rosa87 View Post
    is it possible to use has after will?
    I will be very grateful if you help me to find the answer.

    thank you
    Sure it is, Rosa.

    Will has two l's.

    Will has four letters.


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    #4

    Re: is it possible....

    Sure, and I thought of saying:
    Will has been here lately.
    But I thought she probably meant that will should be used as a verb in the sentence.


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    #5

    Re: is it possible....

    He who has the will has the way - perhaps not


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    Re: is it possible....

    RonBee: Sure, and I thought of saying:
    Will has been here lately.

    Yours is much funnier, Ron.
    But I thought she probably meant that will should be used as a verb in the sentence.

    Something deep inside tells me that you might be right.

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    #7

    Re: is it possible....

    Not as a verb.

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    #8

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    dear

    How can we use has instead of have after will ?WOULD YOU give more examples using will has :-

    nice to you all
    saleemabu

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    #9

    Re: is it possible....

    Hi
    well , I meant will as a verb.
    actually I am said that it is possible,and I am asked to prove it.
    again thank you for your help

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    #10

    Re: is it possible....

    Quote Originally Posted by rosa87 View Post
    Hi
    well , I meant will as a verb.
    actually I am said that it is possible,and I am asked to prove it.
    again thank you for your help
    Don't hold your breath.

    Here's another cheating context: {I have given out cards, each one bearing an auxiliary verb} Will has come to the front of the class?. In this case will is a verb OK, but has has become a noun - an abbreviation of "the student who has the card marked has". I doubt whether it's possible to dream up a context that uses both words as verbs.

    b

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