How to use Have, Has and Had…
Have, Has & Had
📌 *_Have, has_ and _had_ are auxiliary verbs that can be used as main verbs* (without accompanying any other verb in sentences).
📍 *Have/has* (present tense)
▪I *have* a house.
▪She *has* a phone.
▪It *has* three legs.
📍 *Had* (past tense)
▪I *had* a house.
▪She *had* a phone.
▪It *had* three legs.
📌 When *_have_ or _has_* is used in a sentence as *an auxiliary verb*, it *accompanies a main verb* in such a sentence to form a *_present perfect tense_*.
▪I _have known_ her for years.
▪The boy _has lost_ the book.
▪Sheila _has broken_ the ruler.
📌 When *_had_* is used in a sentence as *an auxiliary verb*, it accompanies *a main verb* in such a sentence to form a *_past perfect tense_*.
▪I *had known* her for a decade before she left the country.
▪The boy *had lost* the book by the time we asked for it.
▪Sheila *had broken* the ruler so her mother used a longer pencil to draw the lines.