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    Smile has, have and had

    When do you use the words has, have and had. I am having trouble with the three especially when you are going to use both of them in a sentence. Thanks a lot.

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    Re: has, have and had

    Quote Originally Posted by mary joe View Post
    When do you use the words has, have and had. I am having trouble with the three especially when you are going to use both of them in a sentence. Thanks a lot.
    You use:
    HAS for singular subject except YOU.
    HAVE for plural subjects including I and YOU
    had for both subject but the tense is in the past.
    Ex.:
    She/He/Mary Joe has signed in today.
    I/You/They/Women have always liked this forum.
    He/Mary Joe/You/They had seen this site.

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