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Why do we say, "I have gone there" instead of " I has gone there".

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    Without going into great detail about have/has, you use have gone forfirst or second person singular or plural perfect possessive, i.e. I have gone, you have gone, we have gone. You use has gone for third person perfect singular possessive, i.e. He has gone, she has gone.

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    Here. This is a really good page that will tell you all about using have and has.

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    Where is the page?

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    LOL Sorry. http://bit.ly/Mqvlr0 Sheesh.

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    Thank you

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