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
A definition of the phrase "be woven to"
Definition of the phrase "be woven to"
Grammar in/on explanation
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