Have or has

The words “Have” or “Has” relate to the present perfect tense and if you want to learn the use of these words properly, then you should study present perfect tense. Meaning of the “Have” or “Has” is same but usage of the words is different. You must use the words “Have” or “Has” based on first, second and third person. Suppose, I have gone there or he has been there. After using “Have” or “Has” after the subject, you must use present perfect form of the present form of the verb. The present perfect of word “Do, Go, Live, Eat” will be “Done, Gone, Lived, Eaten”. There are many words of the present perfect of present form and you need to remember these words. If you search online or use any grammar book, then you will get the short or long list of the present perfect form.
According to the meaning of “Have” or “Has”, both words are similar thing but you have to use those according to the person like first, second or third person. For an example; I have a book, He has a cow, you have a dog etc. “Have been” or “Has been” are used for the present perfect continuous form.

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