Guys can help me to explain me about have,has,had and have been? i confusing using them especially had and have been
Oct 30, 2008 1:41 PM
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The word have is a verb, meaning to be in posession of, or own or contain something. So depending on your sentence, it would go like this: I have a cat. You have a cat. He/She has a cat. (Notice that have changes to has for the he or she form) We have a cat. They have a cat. Had is the past tense of have. It means you used to be in possession of, own or contain something, and you do not it anymore. I/You/He/She/We/They had a cat. (It is the same for all of them) Have been is more of a phrase using the above combinations. I have been to Costa Rica. - This is used to show that you have gone somewhere or done something.
October 30, 2008
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