Where to use had and have?
We use had if we are talking about things that happened in the past with a specific time or date...it is in the form of past past participle tense.
We used have when we are talking of things that are just happened prevoiusly with a specific time or date.It is in the form of present participle tense
Have is present tense for plural pronouns and for I. Had is past tense for all pronouns.
Have = I, you, we, they
Had + I, you, he, she, it, we, and they.
depond on time i guess
Are the words interesting and interested related or different
There is some food or there some food which is correct
How are animals said in German
Off at the end of a verb
"there is no issue" or "there are no issues"?
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