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      Use of Has, Have, Had

      Use of ‘Has’

      Word ‘has’ show possession of something.      

      ‘Has’ is used when the subject is a singular noun or singular pronoun.

      We use ‘has’ with ‘he’, ‘she’ and ‘it’.


      1. She has a great personality.

      2. He has a robot car.

      3. Hari has a new bag.

      4. Seema has a diamond ring.

      5. He has a new haircut.

      Use of ‘Have’

      Word ‘Have’ is used to show possession of something.

      ‘Have’ is used with some pronouns and plural nouns.

      We use ‘have’ with ‘I’, ‘you’, ‘we’ and ‘they’.


      1. I have a great Science teacher.

      2. They have a big house in the city.

      3. We have a farm house.

      4. The girls have brought their projects.

      5. Birds have wings and feathers.

      Use of ‘Had’

      'Had' is the past tense of 'has' and 'have'.


      1. She had a Barbie doll.

      2. They had a car.

      3. We had a talk.

      4. He had a football.

      5. I had a pen