when to use" had have"

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hotspicy

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When do we use "had have"
eg:I had have a good time in this company
 

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When do we use "had have"
eg:I had have a good time in this company

That's the wrong way round. We use "have had".

I have a good time.
I had a good time.
I have had a good time.
I had had a good time.
 

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It should be "have had".
 

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So do we use it in present tense can You please elaborate whne to use it Please.
 

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So do we use it in present tense can You please elaborate whne to use it Please.

Present tense - I have
Past simple - I had
Present perfect - I have had
Past perfect - I had had

I have had a great holiday (the holiday has just finished and you are talking about it right at the end).

I have had this job for 10 years (you have been working in the same job for 10 years and you still work there).
 
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