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In this case I am not refereing to a person, I am talking about a code block which is moved from one server to another.

Question 1:

Which is correct?

Website changes have been moved to testserver.
or
Website changes has been moved to testserver.

Question 2:
Is there any grammer table/matrix which shows how to form a correct sentance with grammar.
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Netpicker9In this case I am not refereing to a person, I am talking about a code block which is moved from one server to another.

Question 1:

Which is correct?

Website changes have been moved to testserver.
or
Website changes has been moved to testserver.

Question 2:
Is there any grammer table/matrix which shows how to form a correct sentance with grammar.

Hi,
The subject is "changes" so you need the plural verb, "have."

However, you have no articles. The Web site changes have been moved to the test server. (Unless "testserver" is the name of server, and it's called that as though it were a name.)
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It is the "changes" that have been moved to the test server. Because they are in the plural, you need to use "have been" which is the plural.

As for your second question, I'm not sure I understand. There will never be a table or matrix which shows how a grammatically correct sentence is formed, partly because language is constantly changing, but also because languages are highly complicated. There is something called Generative Grammar, which was founded by Noam Chomsky, that tries to develop a set of rules that will give rise to grammatically correct sentences. But, this is complicated even for some linguists!
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According to me the subject is 'Website' because 'changes of what'........Website's...... therefore I think it is 'Website changes has been.....'. is right. I shall try to answer to the 2nd question after a while. Thank you.
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have been moved is correct because changes plural = have. another version could be = changed website has moved because website is singular = has.
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for Quesiton 1:-
I, we, you, they use HAVE
he, she, it use HAS