Here are some points to remember when using 'have' and 'has'. Let's start with the basics. 'Had' is the past tense of both 'has' and 'have'. We can use 'Has', 'Have' and 'Had' in three ways. The first way it can be used as a 'helping verb'. Commonly we see it in perfect tense. Some examples of using. he, she, it, PROPER NAME OR TITLE = has when it is more correct to use " have had" or "has had", but those rules are a bit more complex.
David Hayes explains how to use Have and Has correctly in everyday English. Proof reader Would she have scored if she had taken the penalty? Generally. Have had or has been can be challenging to grasp, if you do not know how to use and apply the grammar rules in English. In this lesson we will. You have to use "had had" if something has been done long back, not recently. But if something has been done recently, then you can use "have had" or "has.
Please anyone tell me when we have to use "has been, have been, had been" and something started in past and still continuing is it possible. I always have problems thinking about the use of has, have, had in a sentence. Could you please help me with this? Thanks - NickHi Nick. The difference.