|In Old English the word root is habban, in German it is haben and in Dutch it is hebben||Has is the third person singular present tense|
|Both he and she have become professors||Again, in plain English, this just means you use have when you are speaking in the first and second person singular and third person plural, i|
In many tenses, it simply remains have, although in others it becomes has or had.
|Have is the first and second person singular present tense form of this verb, as well as the first, second, and third person present plural form||Have uses the pronouns I, you, we, they|
|These are two different conjugations of the same verb to have||Have has to do with possession, and to have something is to be in possession of it|
Definition of Has Has is a word indicating possession or ownership of something.11