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hi guys............there is one doubt in my mind n i want u to pls remove it by helping me.....................

what is the meaning of the following sentence:------

I have had really a bad day.

And also tell me that what is the significance of using both 'have' and 'had' in the same sentence?Is it gramatically correct to use both of them in the same sentence?...........if yes then in which cases i can use both of them in the same sentence...............pls also give some examples (if possible) similar to my problem to make it clear.
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chalk blue 381i had a very bad day. is that sentence grammatically correct

No. The nominal first person personal pronoun is always capitalized.

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chalk blue 381

i had a very bad day. is that sentence grammatically correct

Yes, but your post has three rookie mistakes.

CJ

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what is the meaning of the following sentence:------ I have had really a bad day.

I have had a really bad day. = I have had a very bad day.

I have really had a bad day. = I have truly had a bad day. (or) I have certainly had a bad day.

I have had really a bad day is not common where I live (western US)

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And also tell me that what is the significance of using both 'have' and 'had' in the same sentence?Is it gramatically correct to use both of them in the same sentence?...........if yes then in which cases i can use both of them in the same sentence...............pls also give some examples (if possible) similar to my problem to make it clear.

Yes, it is grammatically correct to use both have had and had in the same sentence. If I say I have had a bad day, the day probably is not over yet. Other things can happen. It's possible that the day will get worse or better.

But if I say I had a bad day, the day probably is over. Or the part that was bad seems to be over.

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Examples:

I have had fun at this party. (I may be staying at the party; the party will continue)

I had fun at this party. (I will not be staying at the party any longer. Or the party is over.)

Here in this sentence 'have' as helping verb and had as the main verb.

i had a very bad day. is that sentence grammatically correct

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