HAVE, HAS, HAD – English Grammar Basics – Difference Between Have, Has and had In Urdu – When to Use HAS, HAVE AND HAD
In this lesson we’re going to discuss where to use have, has and had. This is a very popular question among a lot of English learners. Now before we get into the rules, remember that the verb have is the base form. That means that has, and had are not different verbs, they’re all just different forms of the same verb which is have.
So we’re going to call this the base form.
This verb is used in two ways. First, it’s used to show possession.
This means that it shows that you have something.
I have a car (it means that I own a car).
I have two sentences
you can say She has two sisters.
(That, of course, does not mean that she owns her sisters.)
Now have can also be used as a helping verb Here
If you look at this sentence over here
I have finished my homework. ( present perfect tense.)
You have finished your work ( present perfect tense.)
I have been teaching English for five years( present perfert conti)
In this sentence have is not showing that someone has something, that’s not the function. In this sentence the main verb is finished that’s the main verb. Have is helping this verb.
one is to show possession and two as a helping verb
let’s talk about where to use have, has and had.
Let’s first look at the present tense. If you have a sentence in the present tense and if the subject is I, you, we, they or any plural noun, then you will use the base form – that is have. So in a sentence,
Have as a verb In present tense.
Tariq and Marium have a beautiful house.
Tariq and Salman have a car
I have a car.
You have a car.
They have a car
I have one brother
They have two sisters
I have a fever
You have a flu
Has as a verb
Tariq has a beautiful house
Kiran has a car
He has a car
She has a car
Tariq has two brothers
Kiran has three sisters
He has a flu
She has a fever
Have As a helping verb In Present perfect tense
We have had breakfast (we have eaten breakfast)
They have gone to school
You have got an email
I have written a letter
Tariq and Emran have taught English for six years.
Has as a helping verb in present perfect tense
He has taught English for six years.
She has written a letter
Tariq has been a teacher for six years
He has gone to school
Had as a verb in past
She had a car That means she does not have a car now –
You had a car
We had a car
They had a car
Tariq had a car
Tariq and sulemen had a car
I had a car
Had a helping verb in past perfect
He had written a letter
You had had a coffee
He had had a breakfast
We had driven a car
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