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have had and has been... are you struggling to use the correct form when you're
speaking or writing in English?... In this video lesson we'll learn about the
difference between using have had and has been.... by looking at a few examples
and analyzing the use of these forms together! :)
Friends remember the best way to be learning grammar is in use! By seeing grammar being used you are able
to better understand the use of each grammatical structure and apply this to
your everyday life when you are speaking or writing in English if you're
struggling to use and apply grammar when speaking in English make sure to get my
free grammar training guide by clicking the link just above here.... to help you
better communicate with Grammar! :) Let's begin this lesson by looking at to have
Looking at this sentence.... I have a new car... the verb have means to be in
possession of something... here the sentence uses the present simple and it
expresses the fact of having or possessing something in the present... now
we can also use the verb have as an auxiliary verb and we use it to form the
present perfect and present perfect continuous tense.... Have look at this
sentence... I have gone to that show already....here we can see the verb have is
being used as the auxiliary verb and here it's being used to form the present
perfect simple tense... as we already know we use the present perfect simple tense to
connect past actions to the present.... in this example the person, me, I went to the
show sometime in the past, and it is still valid in the present... let's have a
look at another sentence.... I've skipped breakfast and now I'm hungry... in this
sentence again have is being used as the auxiliary verb to form the present
perfect simple tense... Here it is used to express a finished action which has a
consequence on the present...So, because I didn't eat breakfast in the morning I
am now hungry... instead of saying I didn't eat breakfast... we can use have and form a
sentence using the present perfect simple saying I've skipped breakfast and
now I'm hungry.... have is also used in the English language to form the present
perfect continuous tense! Have a look at this sentence here... I've been going to
the same cafe for ten years...In this example we can see that the present perfect
continuous tense is being used and we're using the auxiliary verb have to form
this structure! In this sentence we can see that the present perfect continuous
tense is being used, as this tense is used to express an action starting in the
past but continues to occur, it continues to happen.... throughout sometime regularly
and it is still true in the present!... Let's move on and have a look at the use of
has been... Let's begin by looking at a sentence... here we can see the sentence:
That China set has been in our family for years... here we can see the verb have
being used in the third-person... that being has.... She has, He has and It has... In this
sentence the present perfect simple tense is being used and we are using the
third person as we are talking about the China set which takes the subject it...so
then we use the auxiliary verb has! ... In this example.... he has been reading for two
hours, we can see that the present perfect continuous tense is being used
and again in this example we can see has is being used... has been is being used in
this example because we're talking about the third person (he)...It would be
incorrect to say he have been... the rule is if we have a third person those being
he/she or it, then we use has... in this example sentence she has been running for half
an hour without stopping.... again we can see the present perfect continuous
tense being used... and the auxiliary verb here, have, is used in the third-person...
because here the subject is she, like the previous two examples... It would be incorrect
to use have in the third person, but we would use has instead... so remember if
you're talking about the third person, we always use has! The third person being he
she or it,,,, okay but what about had... let's have a look at this example: I had a
dress like that, but I don't know where it is now.... here we can see the verb have
been used in the simple past, the simple past of the verb have is had, if you are
expressing an action in the past using the simple past, then you have to be
using had.... but we can also use had as an auxiliary verb... let's have a look at this
example together... He had studied English before he moved to New York...Here we can
see had being used as an auxiliary verb to form the past perfect... Remember
friends the past perfect tense is used to express an action that happened
before another past action, so you simply put >> the past before the past... if you're
using the past perfect simple tense, you will have to use the auxiliary verb had
to form this tense... Also remember with the past perfect simple tense, he she it
does not use has! it uses had as an auxiliary verb had for all subjects in
the past perfect simple tense... the final sentence: he had been waiting there for
two hours before she had arrived... here had is being used to form the past perfect
continuous tense... here we can see the past perfect continuous tense being used
because an action that started in the past and continued in the past was
happening for some time in the past before another action.... Friends you may
have noticed that we focused on a few grammatical
structures in this lesson... keep in mind that we use the auxiliary verb have to
form the present perfect simple and the present perfect continuous tense, and the
auxiliary verb had to form the past perfect simple tense and the past
perfect continuous tense... if you'd like this video lesson make sure to HIT LIKE
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How To Use "Have Been" "Has Been" "Had Been" In English?

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