ave had / has had

We typically use have as a main verb with an object to talk about common actions. There are lots
of things that we have in English, meaning that we enjoy or experience them. For instance, we can:
have breakfast/lunch/dinner/supper/a bite to eat/a light meal
have a hot or cold drink/a glass of wine/a cup of coffee/some mineral water
have a shower/a bath/a wash and shave
have a rest/a snooze/a siesta/a good sleep/a bad dream
have a walk/a swim/a good time/a nice evening/a day off/a holiday/a good journey/a good trip
have a word with someone/a chat/a conversation/a quarrel/an argument
have a headache/a sore throat/hay fever/a bad back/a bad cold
have a (good) job/some work to do/money/an opportunity/a chance
We use the present perfect tense when we want to connect the present with the (recent) past in
some way and this will appear as has had orhave had in full forms or as 's had or 've had in
contracted forms:
Have they had their breakfast yet? ~ They've had a glass of orange juice, but they haven't had
anything to eat yet.
He was in a foul mood when he got back, but now that he's had a shower and a snooze, he's calmed
down a bit.
Have you had a nice evening, Barbara? ~ I've had a rotten evening. I had an argument with Tom
and I've had enough for one day.
Have you always had hay fever? ~ I've had it every summer since I was 13.
Thus, your example sentence, Sazd, I've had a headache since early morning, is quite correct.
had had
Had had is the past perfect form of have when it is used as a main verb to describe our
experiences and actions. We use the past perfect when we are talking about the past and want to
refer back to an earlier past time, Madiini. In these examples, note the use
of before, after,already and by the time as a trigger for the past perfect. Note also that the
contracted form of had had is 'd had.
She'd had a lot to drink and wasn't capable of walking home by herself.
After he'd had a good night's sleep, he felt much better.
She sacked him before he had had a chance to explain his behaviour.
By the time he was twenty he'd already had four different jobs.
I'd already had a word with Joan about re-locating to Manchester and now she's had time to think
about it, she quite likes the idea.
Note that past perfect forms are a feature of if-clauses in the third type of conditional sentence
when we are explaining past actions or regretting past inaction. Thus, had had is likely to appear in
this construction:
If I hadn't had a good education, I would never have got this job.
If she had had children later in life, she would have been a better mother.
If I'd had another ten minutes, I would've finished the examination paper.
Had they had any savings they didn't need, they would've re-paid their son's student loan.

In most cases, have is used as an auxiliary verb. Examples of auxiliary verbs,

I need to go to school. I hired her because she did {have familiarity} programming in C#. What is the difference between saying Since he had {had the experience} of being kidnapped. She has never had sex by the time of her 18th birthday. I had hired her because she had {acquired familiarity} programming in C#. e. he did not panic. She has never played football. he did not panic. Do you paint houses? Are you familiar with painting houses? Do you {have experience} painting houses? I am hiring her because she does {have experience} painting houses.I have to go to school. I have eaten breakfast. I hired her because she {fulfilled familiarity} programming in C#. Then why not simply say. I am eating breakfast. She has never indulged in sex by the time of her 18th birthday. I am hiring her because she has {had experience} painting houses. the verb have is also often used as a proper verb (as opposed to being an auxiliary verb) in place of proper verbs such as eat or partake. I had hired her because she had {familiarity} programming in C#. He does not eat breakfast. I am hiring her because she has {had painted houses} before. Referring to a past time of reference. he did not panic. I am hiring her because she has {fulfilled experience} painting houses. I have had breakfast. Since he had {gone thro the experience} of being kidnapped. However. today. They have eaten breakfast. vs Since he had the experience of being kidnapped. can be translated to I am having breakfast.. Another mode of use is its auxiliary use to encapsulate a perfected/completed participation. three years ago. She had never had sex by the time of her 18th birthday. three years ago. have experience. . She had had sex by the time of her 18th birthday. I had hired her because she had {had familiarity} programming in C#.g. today.

 we see that today. he had experience of being kidnapped before 1980. But sometimes. he did not panic because we know that today he had experience of being kidnapped before 1980. I am asking about what you had observed on 24th Dec. Prosecutor. Since he had {gone thro/had the experience} of being kidnapped. Dec 24th? Defendant replies He had hallucination before he was murdered three months ago. Defendant complies . Therefore the difference is in saying. You meant to say. this difference is not trivial. he did not panic. he had had experience of being kidnapped before 1980. You meant to say. he did not panic because we know that in 1980 he had {had the experience} of being kidnapped before 1980. When he was kidnapped in 1980. Both sentence structures convey the same message. When he was kidnapped in 1980. The prosecutor asks: What did you think was the state of his mind on the night of the murder three months ago. Prosecutor irritatedly responds: I am not asking about any hallucination he had on Dec 24th. in a trial murder. he did not panic. Defendant replies again He had experience of hallucinating before he was murdered on Dec 24th. For example. about his past-experience. When you say.? The difference is in the temporal displacement of the observation.  we see that in 1980. When you say Since he had the experience of being kidnapped. still annoyed I am not asking what your opinion is today of his past-experience prior to Dec 24th. but differs in when the observation was made about his having acquired the experience.

Which can be translated to. On 24th Dec.. about an incident on 20th Dec? Defendant responds with precision (temporal displacement of defendant's observation to 24th Dec. he had had hallucinations since childhood. Using your original sentences as example Temporal displacement to present: I had my car for four years before I ever learned to drive it today. Which can be translated to. On Dec 24th. I had wanted to teach him because. Temporal displacement to last year: . Cascaded temporal projections The perfection of participation can get more complex with a cascaded temporal projection . I had wanted to teach him because. I had believed that the deceased had { never had {had satisfactory sex} by the time of his birthday on 20th Dec }. I had believed that the deceased had { had {had unsatisfactory sex} by the time of his birthday on 20th Dec }. 24th Dec. I had believed that the deceased had { had {experienced unsatisfactory sex} by the time of his birthday on 20th Dec }. he had experienced hallucinations since childhood. but temporal displacement of deceased's status to 20th Dec): On Dec 24th.On that day. I had believed that the deceased had { never had {experienced satisfactory sex} by the time of his birthday on 20th Dec }. Then what about what you had remembered on 24th Dec. I had wanted to teach him because. he had {had the experience} hallucinating since childhood. On 24th Dec. Prosecutor asks again. On Dec 24th.. I had wanted to teach him because. Which can be translated to. On Dec 24th.

before you reach your maximum ANGER(before it reaches a 100%). In this sentence you are angry. Here are some points to remember when using 'have' and 'has'. Let's start with the basics. so it means that he JUST finished his homework recently. you use has if you are still doing the things you do in the past until the present. But when you use Had. I'm going to use "did". Bob has done. "I had had a girlfriend before her". "Has had and have had" have the same explanation because. but you already decided to do that before reaching the 100% of doing that particular activity(you get it?.' . Meaning. have. it means you had 2 girlfriends before your present girlfriend. it means that you are already DONE with it in the past. here. and had if you do not care about the "time" and if the time is not definite. You use that if you are about to feel something.' 'You have toothpaste on your chin. is present. quite confusing is it not?). have had. Has had. its telling about the action began in the past. You use them.I had had my car for four years before I had ever learned to drive it last year. I'm just going to give you an example. Secondly. Ok. you have a definite time here. so in your mind. because you are pertaining to the whole week. you use HAS. Has done is not a future perfect. it's a present perfect. I'm going to give you an example. or an hours before. have had.' 'Nurses have a difficult job. There's also the use of "Had Had". here's the sentence: "I HAVE HAD enough of you!". has is for singular and have is for plural. but not reached its end. here it goes: It didn't rain LAST WEEK. you'll just say that you have had enough of this person.' 'We have a meeting at 12. if you are referring to unfinished time/ or let's say an unfinished time of event. It hasn't rained this week. have Have is used with some pronouns and plural nouns: 'I have a great English teacher. For example. They can both be used to show possession and are important in making the 'perfect tenses'. < I use has because the date or day is not definite and don't care about the day/time. And now. then you're just holding your anger for about an hour. 1st girlfriend broke up. and finally your present girlfriend. Meaning. You use "had done" if BOB finished his homework a day before. You use has. and then here comes the 2nd. 'Had' is the past tense of both 'has' and 'have'. HAVE if you are still doing the things you do in the past until the present. Just like what I said.

For example: 'She has a great personality.' 'We have seen this TV show before.' 'He has a new haircut.' contractions I have = I've you have = you've we have = we've they have = They've he has = he's it has = it's negative contractions has not = hasn't have not = haven't had not = hadn't 'have' and 'has' in questions 'Have you been to Australia?' 'Has Andrew left yet?' 'Who has my pen?' 'Has anyone seen my mobile phone?' 'have got' and 'have' Both 'have got' and 'have' mean the same thing. 'You have got a message. There is no difference.has Has is used with the third person singular.' ='She has no time to sleep. 'It has a hole near the door.' 'She has got no time to sleep.' = 'I have an i-phone'.' 'I have cut my finger.' .' = You have a message.' 'The washing machine has a leak in it'.' 'have' and 'has' verb tenses 'have/has'' is an important verb in making the 'perfect tense': Present Perfect 'She has lived here for a long time. 'I have got an i-phone.

. It is used in the following way in affirmative sentences: subject + modal (have to / has to) + verb 'I have to wash my car today.' 'They had finished the race before it started raining.' 'He has to write a report.' 'She doesn't have to wear a uniform to school' 'I didn't have to make my bed when I was young' -ed' and '-ing' adjectives: describing feelings and things How to use Either and Neither  She ___ a lot of homework.' 'I had to go to the bank yesterday. has had have  India ___ a very interesting culture. have has  We ___ a busy day yesterday.' 'She had already left when he arrived' modal verbs: 'have to' 'have to' is used to mean that something is necessary.' 'have to' in negative sentences In negatives to show that something is not necessary we follow this rule: subject + doesn't have to + verb 'We don't have to work tomorrow.Past Perfect 'I had already decided not to go before he asked me.

have has had  The boys ___ been here all day.had has have  They ___ eaten all the food! has have  The workers ___ to arrive at 8:30. has have  Others ___ no say in the matter. has have  When she was young. have has  Elvis Presley ___ many hit records in the 50s. she ___ to help her mother. had has .

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