Common mistake he haves (has)

Common Mistakes in English Grammar

1. Incorrect Use of "haves" instead of "has" or "have"

The word "haves" is often mistakenly used as the present tense form of the verb "have," but it is actually a plural noun. The correct forms are "has" for the third person singular (he, she, it) and "have" for all other subjects.

For example:

  • Incorrect: He haves a new car.
  • Correct: He has a new car.

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he haves (has) mistake examples

  • Incorrect:
    He haves no idea.

    He has|have no idea.

  • Incorrect:
    But haves he got time?

    But has|have he got time?

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