Use of ‘had’

‘Had’ is used with any subject in past. Let’s see how to use ‘had’ in a sentence.

We can use ‘had’ to explain about-

  • possession of anything in past
  • physical feeling
  • relationships
  • the action to do in past
  • action completed in past

‘Had’ is used to explain about possession of anything in past.

We shall see how to form a sentence to explain about possession of anything in the past.

Formation of sentence

We can form a sentence as-

Subject + had + remaining words.

In these sentences, ‘had’ is used as main verb.

Here are some examples.

Let’s have a look-

  1. I had an elder brother.
      (relationship)
  2. Neela had two maternal aunts.
      (relationship)
  3. I had a coupon of Big Bazar.
      (physical feeling)
  4. We had a meeting at 2pm yesterday.
  5. She had musical instruments last night.
  6. Those boys had drawing books to draw a design.
  7. She had golden bangles.
  8. He had a big assignment of interior design.
  9. Suvarna had two bags of red colour.
  10. He had a circular wall clock.
  11. Gaurav had so much office work yesterday.
  12. We had a new guitar that day.
  13. Nikita had a nice time with him.
  14. A lion had a mane of golden hair.
  15. Doctors had busy schedule in the medical camp.
  16. Birds had nests in the tree.
  17. Animals had enough water in the forest.
  18. A monkey had an infant under its arm.
  19. They had violet shirts with yellow patch.
  20. It had yellow eyes which frightened me.
  21. You had a blue skirt at the party.
  22. We had that book in college library.
  23. Parth had five friends during his college days.
  24. Teachers had vacation in the month of April.
  25. Dolly had a green skirt with red frill.
  26. It had too much pain in its ankle.
  27. I had a green blouse with white bow.
  28. We had violet shirts as our uniform.
  29. That boy had a black t-scale.
  30. Sankita had eight subjects for her syllabus.

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