has vs have vs had

In this case, “has” and “have” are both “helping verbs” they are to be used with other verbs in order to form different tenses. They are not used to show possession (for the sake of this conversation).

  • I have- you have-we have- they have
  • he has-she has-it has

I have helped you wash the dishes.

She has helped you wash the dishes too.

The past tense of both “have” and “has” is “had”

    • I had-you had-we had- they had- he had-she had- it had

    I had washed the dishes yesterday too.

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    What if the only requirement to get into heaven is, in fact, good grammar? You should all be thanking me for trying to save your eternal souls from damnation!

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