Questions tagged with has

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Has versus have in a sentence
Which of the following sentences is correct, in terms of the use of has vs have. I've seen similar sentences ...
have Has +1 vote, asked Oct 20 by Justin Luttmer
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has or have
Which is correct grammatically? 1. Has any of the men come to report for training?2. Have any of the men ...
Has have 0 votes, asked Oct 14 by lee
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singular or plural verb and possessive usage
Please help with this sentence: The combination of x and y along with four years (or years' ?) of experience ...
years have Has 0 votes, asked Oct 13 by page
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Pelase advise which phase is correct
is it correc to say: "we will complete once payment of all invocies have been received" or "we will complete ...
have or Has +1 vote, asked Oct 07 by Daren Cardow
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Hasn't or Haven't ?
Food, music and humor hasn't left much room for anyone. Or Food, music and humor haven't left much room for ...
Has have negation negative 0 votes, asked Sep 28 by Androidboy
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Third person singular of "to have" in question form.
Why do you say "he/she/it has a pen" but "does he/she/it have a pen?"
Verbs have Has 0 votes, asked Aug 17 by Andy Ell
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Should I use "has" or "have" ??
This is confirmation that the terms and conditions for Jordan (has/have) been received.
have vs Has 0 votes, asked Aug 15 by Carolyn
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''has been passed'' or ''it is already 3 years'' ?
''This joke is not funny anymore, after all, 3 years have already been passed. after all, it has been passed ...
Has have grammar +1 vote, edited Aug 06 by Lily
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Have or Has?
Which is the correct grammer... If you, a family member, or friend have been diagnosed with cancer and need a ...
have Has 0 votes, asked Apr 26 by Cheri Livingston
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Linking verbs
Can has and have be linking verbs?
Has linking verb +1 vote, asked Mar 27 by tamar bernstein
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'Is' or 'has' regarding age...
In an exercise for English,, my son needed to write a statement denoting the age of a particular character. I've ...
is Has +1 vote, asked Jan 17 by Commie
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has or have with numbers
1 in 45 has or have been diagnosed with autism?
Has have 0 votes, asked Nov 23 '15 by m fagan
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Has or have?
Can you please advise the correct term (i.e. 'Have' or 'Has') to begin this sentence: Has/Have there ever been more ...
have Has 0 votes, asked Nov 11 '15 by Jo Kennedy
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How was or how have?
So a student in class likes to correct the teacher. The question is... Which sentence is correct? Or both? 1) ...
Has have 0 votes, asked Aug 08 '15 by Stella
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Have or has? My x and y has/have not changed.
Which one is correct? My interest and motivation for going have not changed. My interest and motivation for going has ...
have Has 0 votes, asked Jun 13 '15 by igo5
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Begin the sentence with "Have you...."
Begin the following sentence with "Have you" :- Has Alia written to you?
Sentence begin written Has have 0 votes, asked Mar 05 '15 by sankaps
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Has or Have
What is the correct way to say this? "Since graduating from college, my personal interest in biological organisms 'has/have' skyrocketed." ...
Has have present perfect 0 votes, asked Feb 25 '15 by EnglishGrammar21
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subject verb agreement (?)
which is correct "there have been no problems" or "there has been no problems?"
there Has Been no 0 votes, asked Feb 19 '15 by Romnee Clark
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usage of has with time
" World has become a village by now this 21 century." Is this sentence have any grammar mistake ?
Has 0 votes, asked Jan 05 '15 by ROBIN
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"to commence with" usage
why should I use the phrase "to commence with"? A native english speaker told me that he has never used ...
have had Has +1 vote, asked May 07 '14 by alan
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For this sentence, "The manner in which the government has handled this whole issue, coupled with other concerns, HAVE/HAS left ...
Has have 0 votes, asked Apr 30 '14 by alan
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Intro of a news report
A news report said: world champion aerobatic pilot tamas nadas died In a plane crash while performing a daring stunt ...
Has died 0 votes, asked Mar 08 '14 by Anil john
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