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  1. Nanos says:
    Sep 04,  · “Did you have to do it?” is correct and the other is not. The reason why is easier to understand by looking at this question’s answers. There are two equally correct answers: “I had to do it.” “I did have to do it.” What is incorrect is, “I did ha.
  2. Molmaran says:
    You knew that you did not have to add more data but something tipped you off (e.g. teacher's remark about the assignment shortly before you turned it in) and caused you .
  3. Dajin says:
    Jul 09,  · 1. "Did you had a chance to look at" 2."Did you have a chance to look at" I assume it is #2 because after did the verb has to be in infinitive. Is that correct? Also does that mean that I should always write: Did he have a snack? (as oppose to "Did he has a snack?") I'm genuinely confused about how Have/Has/Had function when used.
  4. Gusar says:
    Sep 15,  · Have to do with definition: to be involved in or connected with | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
  5. Samunris says:
    I would say the key difference between "Have you (done X)" and "Did you (do X)" is the timeframe. I believe have refers to a continuous past and asks if something has happened since a particular time. While did specifies a particular time and asks if it happened then.
  6. Vikree says:
    Another word for have to do with. Find more ways to say have to do with, along with related words, antonyms and example phrases at, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
  7. Arashit says:
    The senator said he might run again and, if he did, Myra Henry would be his campaign manager. A “that” is needed after “and” to make it clear for the reader. Therefore, a “that” must be inserted after “said” because of a rule called parallelism — if you've got one “that” referring to the same antecedent, you .
  8. Kajar says:
    Aug 16,  · • Have you is used in interrogative sentences. So, is did you. • Have you is usually used in the second person. So is the case with did you. • Have you is sometimes used independently as a single expression following the main sentence. • Did you is used along with a verb only. • Did you is also sometimes used independently as a single.

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