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Has received or have received?
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1 Answer. In verb tenses "we received" issimplepast "we had received" is past perfect. The simplepast isused to describe actions and/or events that are nowcompleted andno longer true in the present. The past perfectdescribes completedevents that took place in the past beforeanother pastevent.
has arrived or have arrived? “I arrived” is Past Tense Simple.Itis used mainly when you tell the time (in the past) when theactiontook place, e.g., “I arrived yesterday/ thismorningat 6 o'clock. The verb“arrive (at)” isusuallyused with the precise time, so it is mostly used in PastTenseSimple (“I arrived”, not “Ihavearrived”).
Consequently, has received meaning?
With the past tense, "I received your email,"itimplies that you are plainly thinking of an event happened inthepast. With the present perfect tense, "I've receivedyouremail," it implies that you are thinking of an eventstartedhappening in the past, and yet continues to havesomeeffects up until the present.
When to use had or has?
'Has' is the third person singular presenttenseof 'have' while 'had' is the third personsingularpast tense and past participle of 'have.' 2. Botharetransitive verbs, but 'has' is used in sentences thattalkabout the present while 'had' is used in sentences thattalkabout the past.