English English Dictionary

English - English

have in English:

1. had had


Few farms had electricity.
If I'd had more time, I'd have written a shorter letter.
Although he had fewer supporters among the governing class, he was able to get the popular vote.
Yamamoto had one hundred sixty-two ships.
Japan had defeated Russia in a war in 1905.
I had lived in Osaka for eighteen years when I moved to Tokyo.
When we started this business, neither one of us had had any experience.
Even though my friend was a vegetarian, I didn't tell him that the soup had some meat in it.
Ms. Eichler had a notorious reputation for being austere to her students.
No sooner had she caught sight of me than she started running in my direction.
The president resigned from office after an investigation showed he had lied to voters.
He kept playing the same record over and over until I had to leave the room.
Would you like any more? "No, I've had enough."
After he had graduated from the university, he taught English for two years.
The result of the test brought home to me how little I had learned.

English word "have"(had) occurs in sets:

Czasowniki regularne i nie regularne
czasowniki present simple wojtek
czasowniki present simple wojtek 2
base form i past simple
KBG A1 irregular verbs

2. had had had had



English word "have"(had had) occurs in sets:

Irregular verbs: Simple Form, Past Tense and Past ...
czasowniki nieregularne
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