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i am very weak in tenses, infact , very confuse something , how come some of the sentence
use in past then present within the same sentence.

eg.i had checked and agree with she should take the responsible. ,why is the agree in present tense while the had is past.

2)when to use had had?

3)when to use ITS or use 's your's business, or your business

4)you and me, or you and i,

manys tks !
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Hi Guest,

1) 'I had checked and agree with she should take the responsible.' This sentence is wrong-- it should be 'I checked, and agree that she should take the responsibility.' He checked in the past and now agrees in the present. No problem.

2) 'When to use had had?' Use the past perfect when it is necessary to make it clear that one event in the past happened before another event in the past: 'I had finished my breakfast when the coffee arrived.'

3) 'When to use ITS or use 's your's business, or your business'? 'Its' and 'your' are possessive pronouns, and none of these take an apostrophe: 'my house, your house, her/his/its house, our house, their house'.

4) 'you and me, or you and i' It depends on the grammatical case: 'me' is an object, and 'I' is nominative. 'You and I are good friends' (Subject of the sentence); 'He gave it to you and me' (object of the preposition 'to').

Is that enough information?
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