- Is it find or found?
- Did find or did found?
- Which is correct if it was or if it were grammar?
- Could found or could find?
- What is the difference between ‘i’ve and I have?
- Is could of wrong?
- Is it would of been or would have been?
- What I found or what I have found?
- What is difference between found and find?
- What tense is have found?
- Could I have been sentence examples?
- Had been or would have been?
Is it find or found?
The usual grammar is find + noun.
Remember, find is an irregular verb, so we say find, found, found..
Did find or did found?
Where did you find it? Yes, in such questions you should use the verb do. Note that after do you should use the bare form of the verb: find, not found. The verb do carries the Past Tense, being transformed into did, so there’s no need for find to carry the Past Tense too.
Which is correct if it was or if it were grammar?
Guideline: Use were (instead of was) in statements that are contrary to fact. Closer look: Statements contrary to fact, especially those that begin with “if,” call for a special form of the verb known as the SUBJUNCTIVE.
Could found or could find?
“Found” could be: past tense/past participle form of “find”; an infinitive form of verb with meaning “to establish, to set up”; an infinitive form of verb with meaning “to melt (metal) and pour into a mold; make (objects) by pouring molten material into a mold.”.
What is the difference between ‘i’ve and I have?
“I’ve” is just “I” plus the verb “have.” When words are shortened and brought together, it is called a contraction. “Have” changes its form for the past tense (had) and for singular subjects (except “I”).
Is could of wrong?
Because have (or the contraction form) sounds like of when spoken quickly, it’s common for writers to use the word of instead of have or its contraction. But it’s grammatically incorrect to use the could of/would of/should of construction. Never, ever write could of, would of, or should of.
Is it would of been or would have been?
When people write would of, should of, could of, will of or might of, they are usually confusing the verb have with the preposition of. So would of is would have, could of is could have, should of is should have, will of is will have, and might of is might have: I would of come earlier, but I got stuck at work.
What I found or what I have found?
I’ve found, which is the present perfect, means “as of this moment, I found someone (in the past)”; the present perfect is used to indicate that an action happened some time in the past but is related to the present. I found, which is the simple past, just means “In the past, I found someone”.
What is difference between found and find?
As verbs the difference between find and found is that find is to encounter or discover by accident; to happen upon while found is (find) or found can be to begin building or found can be to melt, especially of metal in an industrial setting.
What tense is have found?
This tense is formed by using has/have with the past participle of the verb….Present Perfect Tense.ExampleMeaningThe researchers have traveled to many countries in order to collect more significant data.At an indefinite time1 more row•Sep 22, 2000
Could I have been sentence examples?
“Could have been” = could have + the verb BE. Examples: I could have been there on time if I had left home earlier. (= It was possible for me to be there on time, but it didn’t happen.)
Had been or would have been?
We use would have in past conditionals to talk about something that did not happen: He would have been very angry if he had seen you. Would had been is never used. It’s incorrect.