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    Anita has had two children

    hello there,

    could you please check this sentence for me:

    anita is married to a businessman and she HAS HAD two children.

    i'm unsure with the capitalized words...should it be HAS OR HAD? or HAS HAD is just fine?

    One more question, do we add -s at the end of 'japanese' when we talk about 'the people'?
    thanks in advance....

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    Re: Anita has had two children

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hello there,

    Could you please check this sentence for me:

    Anita is married to a businessman and she HAS HAD two children.

    I'm unsure about the capitalized words...should it be HAS OR HAD? or HAS HAD is just fine?

    One more question, do we add -s at the end of 'japanese' when we talk about 'the people'?
    When we say she has had two children we mean she has given birth to two children. When we say she has two children we mean she is raising two children.

    Japanese is both a noun and an adjective. (Say the Japanese people or the Japanese.)

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