HAD & HAVE in the Same Sentence

by Amol
(Seoul, South Korea )

When HAD & HAVE come together in one English sentence?


Well, it can come in many different sentences, such as:

"I had two apples, but now I only have one."

But my guess is that this in not what you meant.

Grammatically, you can combine HAD and HAVE when making a verb in the present perfect verb tense.

For example:

"I have had lunch already," which means you already ate your lunch before now.

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