Verb: Have, Has, Had – Video English Lesson

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I haven’t sailed in a boat. But my friend has.

To Have

Have is usually used in the present tense,  with pronouns and plural nouns:
‘I have an idea.’
‘You have a very cool hair style.’
‘We have an English lesson at 1pm.’

‘They have two footballs.’

Has

Has is used with the third person singular.

‘He has a new car.’
‘She has big feet.’
‘The computer has a problem’.

Contractions of “has” and “have”

He has = he’s
She has = She’s
It has = it’s
I have = I’ve
You have = you’ve
We have = we’ve
They have = They’ve

Negative contractions of “has not”, “have not” and “had not”

Has not = hasn’t
Have not = haven’t
Had not = hadn’t

Using ‘have’ and ‘has’ in questions

‘Have you been to England before?’
‘Has Juan done his homework?’
‘Who has a piece of paper that I can use?’

The different ‘have’ and ‘has’ verb tenses

Present Perfect
She has lived in Spain for 5 years.’
‘I have hurt myself, please help!’

Past Perfect
‘I had already finished my homework when Maria asked me to help her with hers.’
‘They had started running when it started raining.’
‘Jane had already gone to work when he arrived’

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