'Male pregnancy' figures reveal how 54 MEN gave birth in Australia in the past 12 monthsThe old farmer have a rooster. The old farmer has a rooster. Which one is right? This comment has been removed by the author. The old farmer is a 3rd person singular man have or has, hss it would be has. What have God done for you this year at the Lighthouse? Or What has God done for you this year at the Lighthouse?
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The old farmer have a rooster. The old farmer has a rooster. Which one is right? This comment has been removed by the author. The old farmer is a 3rd person singular subject, so it would be has. What have God done for you this year at the Lighthouse? Or What has God done for you this year at the Lighthouse? Please excuse the delayed response: The verb changes according to the subject.
Here the subject is Billy, third person singular , so the verb must agree with Billy: Billy has a dog, a cat and a mouse. Is it "Has Helen tore her dress?
I'm just a little bit confused. Your words have power your words has powe Which one is true. Your words is plural, and it is your subject, so it would be your words HAVE power. Power here is not your subject, so you don't conjugate it. Yes, you can say I had travelled to Paris 3 times, but that would be the past perfect, and you would have to refer to another point in time to make it work, for example "I had travelled to Paris 3 times before I met you.
Do I say "have" or "has"? I know that if the sentence was: Your friendship, support and encouragement "have" meant a lot to me and helped me through the year Yes, amount is the subject, so the verb would be "has" 3rd person singular of passion and creativity is a prepositional phrase. And again, just as you say, passion and creativity without amount would be the subjects, therefore making "have" the 3rd person plural verb. Friendship, support and encouragement all make up part of the subject, which is plural more than one concept , so the corresponding verb would also have to be plural or "have".
Manifesto has some issues. Manifesto have some issues which one is correct? The first one is correct because it is referring to a 3rd person singular subject. Because manifesto is singular, you must use an article, either "a" or "the". So the correct sentence would be: My major problem is trying to identify the subject.
Everybody is the subject, the owner of the problems. Problems can't "own" everybody. Think about who is expressing the action Therefore the correct sentence would be "Everybody there has some problems.
Thank u very much,am much cleared now The second sentence "everybody there has a problems'' was a mistake though. Secondly,if u remove ''There'' it should still be in singular right? I would wish to know why everybody is referred to as singular.
All are singular and therefore take on a singular verb. But remember that in reported speech, will becomes would. Megan - Thanks so much for sharing the information. A cloud, a corporation and a company HAVE Everton is third person singular, right? So, it would be Everton HAS improved me. In terms of sports teams with names, the same rule is followed. In terms of groups, it's a bit more complicated: One can use either singular or plural depending on the context.
Sumei, assuming it is a name, is third person, singular, so it would be: It's "I have a dog. I hope that helps.
Hi, This article helped me clear out some inner controversy on the proper usage of has and have. Now I can sleep better because I can't sleep properly when there's something in my head. A kid who has big dreams or who have big dreams? A kid is 3rd person singular so it would be "has". However, one would say the kids 3rd person plural who have big dreams Has your leg healed yet? I'm not sure which is correct. Leg is singular, so it would be "Has your leg healed yet?
She needs to has her passport by next week. She needs to have her passport by next week. She needs to HAVE her passport by next week. In this case the simple verb is HAVE. Simple verbs are be, go, do, walk, for example. The verb modifies the subject. The subject here is processes, which is plural, so it would be the processes for this collaboration HAVE been formalized.
You could also say "The processes have not been formalized for this collaboration. Hope I have correctly used have in the sentence. The price of these items have risen or has risen The price of course. The price is the subject, and "of the items" is the prepositional phrase. Therefore, the price HAS risen: All is your subject. Therefore, it would be "All information has been provided". Information is also singular.
Therefore, if you made a sentence with information, it would be "The information has been provided. Who "HAS" my Cup..?? In single cup i use has and for plural cups i use Have.. Who is the subject here, so it would be: Who has my cup? The subject doesn't change, so neither does the verb. Those is plural so it would be "who have sold". Who can take on singular or plural.
For example, if it were "that person", it would be "Don't be like that person who has sold This would be better and clearer: Does the rabbit have a pink nose? In English when we ask questions using do, does and did, we always use the simple verb unchanged. Does he LIKE to play piano? Do you GO home early? Did he WIN the game? Look at the following: He likes chocolate ice cream. Does he like chocolate ice cream?
Imagine that the 's' from 'likes' went to "does". The does is already inflected, so we are left with a simple verb: Plzzz can u clear this once again Does do did always confuses me Children is an irregular plural noun. Even though it does not have an 's', it is still, in fact, plural. Does it HAVE a yard? If you want a longer answer see below from a previous question: