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    Help me in this!!!

    sir oftenly i have read that : "Have had" or "had had" together so whats is reason behind this to use them.. and indly tell me place and situation it is used...

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    Re: Help me in this!!!

    The first had or have shows that it's a participle form of a verb. The second had is the verb itself - the past tense of to have:

    I had seen
    I had worked
    I had run
    I had given
    I had slept
    I had had

    Good question!


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    Re: Help me in this!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Bernstein View Post
    The first had or have shows that it's a participle form of a verb. The second had is the verb itself - the past tense of to have:

    I had seen
    I had worked
    I had run
    I had given
    I had slept
    I had had

    Good question!
    so it mean that Had at first would mean past tense, and then used as verb ..{HAD HAD}
    And Have at first would mean present tense and and a verb. {HAVE HAD}

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