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Basic English Grammar – HAVE, HAS, HAD This is a lesson for our engVid user halgrimson, who asked for me to something on this grammar topic — the easily and often mixed-up verb “have”!
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- English Grammar – Past tense of SHOULD – “I should have . . .
The word should doesnt follow the normal rules in English, when used in the past tense In this grammar lesson, I explain how to use should in the past tense to form sentences like I should have watched the lesson and You shouldnt have come here
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- Contraction (grammar) - Wikipedia
English has a number of contractions, mostly involving the elision of a vowel (which is replaced by an apostrophe in writing), as in I'm for "I am", and sometimes other changes as well, as in won't for "will not" or ain't for "am not"
- English Grammar: Other vs. Another Difference
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