PERBEDAAN ANTARA HAS DAN HAVE DALAM BAHASA INGGRIS
Both “has” and “have” are the simple present tense of “to have.”
The difference between “has” and “have” is that “has” is only used for singular subjects, as shown below.
- SINGULAR: “He has a glass of water.”
- SINGULAR: “She has a book.”
- SINGULAR: “It has a lot of fur.”
“Have” is used for plural subjects as well as for the pronouns “I” and “you,” which can be confusing. Examples are below.
- SINGULAR: “I have the time.”
- SINGULAR: “Mary, you have the right idea.”
- PLURAL: “We have bought the food.”
- PLURAL: “You have all eaten here before.”
- PLURAL: “They have a home.”
Below are some other questions I have answered on “to have.”
- Sarah Madden's answer to Why do we use “had” even though it’s a present perfect tense? (PRO TIP: This answer contains the complete paradigm for “to have” in all the tenses and all the persons, and it includes a chart I created of irregular verbs.)
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