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    using tenses

    hi

    I am very confused about using has,have& has been ,have been.could u please suggest me that how it works..

    thanks
    soma

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    Question Re: using tenses

    i'll try!
    Has
    3rd person singular of "have'
    "She has a cat"
    "the president has issued a statement"
    Have-show ownership
    "I have a dog."
    "I have had fun on this trip."
    Has been-used in past description
    "your friend has been a great help to me"
    can you be a little more specific?
    what's your native language?-if you speak italian or spanish, i may be able to explain it better in one of those languages.
    here are some links which may be useful.
    http://mtsu32.mtsu.edu:11178/309/tenses.htm
    ENGLISH PAGE - Present Perfect Continuous

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