We can use ‘had’ to explain about-
- possession of something in past
- physical feeling
- the action to do in past
- action completed in the past
Use of ‘had’ to explain possession
‘Had’ is used to describe possession of something in the past.
We shall see how to form a sentence to explain possession of something in the past.
Construction of a sentence using ‘had’
In these sentences, ‘had’ is used as the main verb.
We shall see how to construct a sentence.
The formation of this sentence is as follows;
- Subject + had + other words.
Let’s see how to use ‘had’ in the sentences to explain possession with some examples.
Here are some examples. The formation is as above.
Have a look-
- I had an elder brother. (relationship)
- Neela had two maternal aunts. (relationship)
- I had a coupon from Big Bazar. (physical feeling)
- We had a meeting at 2 pm yesterday.
- She had musical instruments last night.
- Those boys had drawing books to draw a design.
- She had golden bangles.
- He had a big assignment in interior design.
- Suvarna had two bags of red colour.
- He had a circular wall clock.
- Gaurav had so much office work yesterday.
- We had a new guitar that day.
- Nikita had a good time with him.
- A lion had a mane of golden hair.
- Doctors had a busy schedule in the medical camp.
- The birds had nests in the tree.
- Animals had enough water in the forest.
- A monkey had an infant under its arm.
- He had a violet shirt with yellow stripes.
- It had yellow eyes which frightened me.
- You had a beautiful ceiling fan in your bedroom.
- We had that book in the college library.
- Parth had five friends during his college days.
- Teachers had a vacation in the month of April.
- Dolly had a green skirt with a red frill.
- It had too much pain in its ankle.
- I had a green blouse with a white bow.
- We had violet shirts as our uniform.
- That boy had a black T-scale.
- Sankita had eight subjects in her syllabus.
- Use of ‘am’ to explain the state of being
- Use of is to tell about the profession
- Use of pronoun these in questions
- Use of will in negative answers
- Use of have in the questions