“ The “had” — “has” — “have” thing” is called Conjugation, and most languages have something similar

I have ……..We have

You have….You have

He has…….They have

is present tense. In latin there would be 6 different words!

French is (I think) J’ai, nous avons, vous avez, Vous avez, il a, qu’ils ont.

In the past tense all 6 conjugations are “Had” in English, and in future tense all use the phrase “Will have”. Beats me why we don’t say “He have”, but it would sound wrong to me! I think your English is fine, by the way, far better than my Russian!

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Al Black

Al Black

I work in IT, Community volunteer interested in Politics, support Capitalism as the best economic system for lifting people out of poverty, Skeptical scientist.