Has and Have
“Has” is a present tense term, in general. “Has” is used along with the pronouns like he, she, who and singular nouns. “Have” is also a present tense term, in general. “Have” is used along with the pronouns like you, we, they and plural nouns.
Use of have and has
Examples of Has
(1) A rabbit has long ears.
(2) Rohan has a new bicycle.
(3) She is the only one who has done the assignment.
(4) He has been looking for new shoes.
(5) Convincing his sister has been very difficult to do.
(6) The shopping mart has everything we need.
(7) The bird has red wings.
(8) He has a really bad cold.
(9) It has started to rain again.
(10) Tom has a football.
(11) Andrew has got a new pet dog.
(12) the car has a flat tier.
(13) Diya has a pretty doll.
(14) Has your college got a cafe?
(15) My brother has a blue shirt.
(16) An elephant has a long trunk.
(17) Marry has time to read us a book.
(18) The zoo has different types of animals.
(19) My doll has curly hair.
(20) My grandmother has pearl necklace.
(21) She has won many certificates.
(22) Does he has some candles with him?
(23) That dog has only three legs.
(24) She does not has a new dress for party.
(25) My boss has such a bad temper.
Examples of Have
(1) We have a new Music teacher.
(2) I have many friends.
(3) Do you have a red pen?
(4) The students have fun watching the circus.
(5) We have a big house in Village.
(6) The dogs have to obey to earn the treats.
(7) You have bought a new car.
(8) Let us have our tea now.
(9) The children have to play cricket today.
(10) They have a test tomorrow.
(11) We do not have school on Saturday.
(12) The dogs have destroyed all the flowers in the garden.
(13) Peacocks have long and beautiful hair.
(14) The cab drivers have gone strike.
(15) Our friends have helped us a lot when we shifted.
(16) Reena and Simran have never been late class.
(17) Have you got the sunglasses?
(18) Kim and Jame have fever.
(19) The twins have blue eyes.
(20) We have dinner at eight every night.
(21) My grandparents have two pets.
(22) My friends have a big classroom.
(23) The players have been able to adjust to the new game.
(24) I have ten fingers.
(25) The girls have beautiful roses in their hands.
Use of Had
“Had” is the past form of transitive has and have. We may use either a singular or a plural subject at any point of view (first person, second person or third person) and since it is used in the past tense, “had” is used as an auxiliary verb to make the past perfect and the past perfect progressive tense.
Subject + Had + past participle verb
Subject + Had + been + verb+ ing
Examples of Had
(1) This had breakfast at 6:30 this morning.
(2) I had to go the bank last week.
(3) She had to pay a parking fine yesterday.
(4) All the papers had been signed and the money provided.
(5) She’s had three children in the past five years.
(6) Elsa and Rita had two apples.
(7) I had a camera last year.
(8) They had an old radio.
(9) The beggar had a bowl.
(10) You had no food in the house.
(11) Rekha had to pass out papers yesterday.
(12) Last winters we had over 4 feet snow in one month.
(13) Did you know I had to stay after school yesterday?
(14) Last Sunday, Seema had to help the mom at kitchen.
(15) I had two slices of cake.
(16) He had been eating chocolates when mom walked into the kitchen.
(17) They had finished the work.
(18) I had been working there for a year.
(19) It had been raining for hours.
(20) I had lost my keys.
(21) Amanda had been married for nearly seven years.
(22) The boys had a big bat.
(23) They had enough money.
(24) She had three children in the last three years.
(25) The telephone rang after we had left the house.