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    Has vs Have Plural: Understanding the Difference

    Using Have for Plural Subjects When it comes to subjects that are plural, the auxiliary verb “have” is used in present tense. For instance, “they have,” “we have,” “the books have,” and “the dogs have” are all examples of the correct use of “have” for plural subjects. It is important to note that “have” is also used for plural subjects…

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    Understanding the Grammar Difference Between Has and Have

    Overview of “Has” and “Have” “Has” and “have” are two commonly used auxiliary verbs in English grammar. They are used to form the present perfect tense and past perfect tense, and also used to show possession. “Have” is used with the pronouns I, you, we, and they, and with plural nouns. On the other hand, “has” is used with the…

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