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"Have" and "Has" are both present tense that indicate possession. The past tense is "Had" and the present continuous is "Having"Kalmar "Have" da kuma kalmar "Has" dukkanin su suna a matsayin present continuous tense ne. "Had" shine ake yin amfani dashi a matsayin past tense nasu, sannan kuma ana yin amfani da "Having" a matsayin present continuous tense ɗin su.
HAVE is always use with first person singular and plural, second person singular and plural, and third person plural.
I have nothing further to say.
You have many enemies in this country.
They have two houses in Kano
We have no investments or other assets.
HAS is always use with third person
He has nothing further to say
Safiya has a house in Kano.
She has no more enemies.
The goat has brown hair.
This is an excellent computer, it has eight gigabytes RAM.
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