Connect with us

English Mentors Tips

Jen’s English Tips – Had/has/have






‘Have’ is used with the pronouns I, we, they, you, and with plural nouns:
‘I have a great house by the river.’
‘We have class at 1pm.’
‘Students have a responsibility to pay attention in class.’
‘Have you been to Melbourne?’

‘Has’ is used with the third person singular, with the pronouns she, he and it:
‘She has a really expensive car.’
‘He has a new pair of shoes.’
‘What a beautiful house. It has huge windows.’
‘Has she seen the new house yet?’

‘Had’ is the past tense of has and have:
‘I had a great house by the river.’
‘She had a really expensive car.’
‘He had a new pair of shoes.’


Learn English on Skype

Inexpensive, Personal, Effective and Enjoyable.


Do you like studying English by yourself with a book or video? Wouldn’t you prefer to learn with a live coach who will guide you to learn faster?

With SKYPE you can learn from the comfort of your home or office. Your online coach will help you with Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Listening and Speaking. You choose where you want to learn and when you want to learn.

Why not take your first step now?
Reserve your first lesson today.
Only 116 (THB) Thai Baht per half hour.

The CTNNews editorial team comprises seasoned journalists and writers dedicated to delivering accurate, timely news coverage. They possess a deep understanding of current events, ensuring insightful analysis. With their expertise, the team crafts compelling stories that resonate with readers, keeping them informed on global happenings.

Continue Reading