字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 'Have', 'has', 'had'. Which one do I use? What do they mean? Let's find out! What's up guys? My name is Shane and today we are talking about 'have', 'has', and 'had'. This is very important vocabulary that is very easy to learn. And make sure you watch until the end of the video so you understand how to make questions and negatives as well. Okay, let's get started. [Part 1: How To Use Have, Has & Had.] 'Have' and 'has': 'Have' and 'has' have exactly the same meaning, but we use them with different nouns. With 'have', we use it like this: 'I have', 'You have', 'We have', 'They have', 'John and Paul have', 'The dogs have'. So, as you can see, normally we use 'have' with plural nouns, with two or more. With 'has', we use it like this: 'He has', 'She has', 'It has', 'The dog has', 'Shane has'. As you can see, we normally use 'has' with singular nouns. A singular noun is one thing. For example, 'he', 'she', 'it', but when we use 'had', we can use had with any noun. 'I had', 'You had', 'They had', 'He had',' John had', 'The dogs had', 'The dog had'. You can use 'had' with any pronoun. So just remember, normally 'have' with plural, 'has' with singular and 'had' with singular and plural. [Part 2: Meaning.] 'Have', 'has', and 'had', have many meanings, but the most common meaning is 'to own something'. For example: 'I have a phone.' It's mine. It's my phone. I own it right now. I am talking about right now in the present. Let's look at another example, but this time, with 'has'. 'He has a phone.' 'He has a phone.' It's his phone, it's not my phone. It's his phone. He 'has' it right now in the present. So just remember, 'have' and 'has' are talking about to own something right now in the present. What about 'had'. If I say: 'He had a phone', does he have a phone now? No he doesn't. 'Had' means you own something in the past; it's already finished. What about this one? 'They had a car.' Do you they have a car now? No they don't. 'Had' means in the past they had a car but now, they do not have a car. Just remember, 'had' is talking about in the past, it is finished, it's not now. [Part 3: Negatives & Questions.] What about negatives and questions? Let's look at this example: 'You have a phone.' What if we want to say, no, no phone. We can say, 'You don't have a phone.' So when we want to turn it into a negative, we say, 'don't have'; 'You don't have a phone,.' 'I don't have', 'they don't have', 'we don't have'. What about if you want to make it into a question? You can say: 'Do you have a phone?' 'Do you have a phone?' What about this one? 'He has a phone.' 'He has a phone. ' How can we say no, no phone. We can say: 'He doesn't have a phone.' 'He doesn't have a phone.' So we don't say has. We say ''doesn't have' a phone'. 'He doesn't have', 'She doesn't have', 'It doesn't have', 'John doesn't have'. Okay, what about a question? We can say: 'Does he have a phone?' 'Does he have a phone?' 'Does he have a phone?' Does she have a phone?' 'Does it have a phone?' 'Does John have a phone'? So, in summary, we say, 'I have', 'I don't have', 'Do I have'? 'He has', 'He doesn't have', 'Does he have? Okay now what about had? Let's look at this example: 'He had a phone.' How do we say no, no phone? We can say: 'He didn't have a phone.' 'He didn't have a phone. ' What about a question? We can say: 'Did he have a phone?' 'Did he have a phone?' Let's look at one more example: 'They had a phone.' How do we say no, no phone? We say: 'They didn't have a phone.' 'They didn't have a phone.' What about the question? 'Did they have a phone?' 'Did they have a phone?' So just remember with 'had', we say, 'he had', 'he didn't have', and 'did he have'. And that it is for today. If you would like some extra practice, look in the description and you will see some sentences that have missing words. Fill in those words with 'has',' have', 'had',' don't', 'do', whatever you think is the right word. And when you've finished, post your answers in the comments. And if you haven't subscribed already, make sure you subscribe to the channel so you don't miss any video that can help you understand English like a native speaker. And if you enjoyed the video, please hit like and share this with your friends. And for more English, follow my Instagram and my facebook, and I will see you in the next video.