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which is proper, "have asked" or "has asked?" Please advise, thank you.
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It depends on the subject in the sentence.

I have asked. You have asked. He has asked.
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If you are using "I" then it's 'have asked'.
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Also, They have asked. We have asked. She has asked. Janet has asked, Janet and John have asked. John and I have asked. You and I have asked.
anonymous which is proper, "have asked" or "has asked?" Please advise, thank you.
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which is proper, "have asked" or "has asked?" Please advise, thank you.

Please don't add posts that contain nothing but a repetition of the original question. It adds nothing to the discussion to ask the same thing again 10 years later, especially when the answer has already been given.

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