Anonymous:Which word do I use for this sentence and why please? Thank you
I has/has spent/spend my entire life wearing professional suit to work.
AnonymousWhich word do I use for this sentence and why please? Thank youI have spent my entire professional life wearing a suit to work.
I spent my entire professional life wearing suits to work.
I does not use has; it takes have.
Anonymous:He and I had spent the weekend at the zoo.
He and I had spent the weekend at the zoo.
This is correct, as long as you have a context in which you need to use the Past Perfect.
In many contexts, the Simple Past should be used.
2. I have spent my entire life wearing proffessional siut to work.
Both of sentences are correct. The first sentence makes sense that you're an aged guy say that sentence at the end of your life, but the second sentence tells you have wore a proffessional suit since now.
Anonymous:I have a similar question. Is it to correct to say that the undersigned has spent/ had spent
Is it to correct to say that the undersigned has spent/ had spent
These tenses are both correct English, but you need a context in which it makes sense to use the Present Perfect or the Past Perfect.
Have you studied the Perfect tenses yet?
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