Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Has"

The meaning of "Has" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Has ever learned mean?
A:Has learned” = ha aprendido
Has ever [-ado/ido]“ = ha [-ed] en algún momento de su vida
Has ever learned” = ha aprendido ____ en algún momento de su vida

Solo se usa como pregunta, pregunta implicada, o negación. Por ejemplo:
Pregunta: Has Lily ever learned how to swim? (¿Ha aprendido Lili a nadar en algún momento de su vida?)

Pregunta implicada: I wonder if Lily has ever learned how to swim. (Me pregunto si Lili ha aprendido a nadar en algún momento de su vida.)

Negación: I don’t think Lily has ever learned how to swim. (No creo que Lili haya aprendido a nadar en ningún momento se su vida.)
Q: What does 1. Has gone to
2. Has been to
3. Has been in mean?
A: Has gone to - Он пошёл туда (и он ещё там).

Has been to - Он ходил туда (и вернулся).

Has been in - Имеет значение действия внутрь, и чаще всего испоьзуется, чтобы выразить течение.

My friend has gone to Spain and is having a good time.
My friend has gone to Spain for five days.

My friend has already been to Spain and wants to go again next year.
My friend has already been to Spain twice.

My friend has been in the shop since I arrived.
My friend has been in the shop for half an hour.
Q: What does Has been struck mean?
A: "struck" is the past participle of the verb "to strike", and so "He has been struck" means he has been hit. It can be used literally - "He has been struck by a car whilst crossing the road" - or figuratively - "He has been struck by the number of trees in the city centre" meaning he has noticed this fact and been surprised or amazed by it.
Q: What does Has you already started boarding? mean?
A: Its incorrect.

HAVE you already started boarding?

or

HAS the boarding already started.

to board means to get inside a train, ship, airplane, bus, etc.

Example sentences using "Has"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Has been.
A: It has been four months since I last studied Korean.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Has he, now? .
A: Yes, those are perfect.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Has been..
A: “The weather has been warming up recently.”
“She has been staying at home often.”
“The microwave has been beeping for hours now.”
“It has always been my dream to go to this college.”
Make sense?
Q: Please show me example sentences with Has and have.
A: She has been learning Japanese since 2008.

You have a beautiful hair.

He has a nice car.

I have a red shirt.

Synonyms of "Has" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Has had and Had had ?
A: Has/have had (present perfecf tense) -
We use it when we want to talk about an action in past that has a consequence or connection to the present. All actions started in the past but something about them still applies in the present time or might change the present or the future.
Ex. She has had too many kebabs that she can't eat no more.
I have had enough of him. I want a break up.

Had had (past perfect tense) - we use it when we want to talk about the past and want to refer about a past time. It's like past times 2.
Also it talks about a past action done before a past action.
Ex. I had had dinner before my mother arrived last night.
When I got home yesterday, I had had the doors unlocked.
Q: What is the difference between Has and Have ?
A: have se utiliza con I, you, we y they

has se usa con it, she y he
Q: What is the difference between Has and Have ?
A: I have
you have
they have
we have

We use have with plural subjects.

It has
He has
She has.

we use has with third person singular
Q: What is the difference between Has and have ?
A: Has= singular (she, he, it"
Have= plural ( I, we, you, they"
Q: What is the difference between Has and Have ?
A: I - have
you - have
he - has
she - has
it - has
we - have
they - have

Translations of "Has"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Has he replied?
A: そのままじゃない?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Has it already gotten cold over there?
A: “Is it already cold over there?”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 私の英語力は少しは成長しましたか?

Has my English developed a little?
合ってますか?
A:

文法的には、いいと思います。

ただmy English となんかくだけた言い方に、堅苦しいdevelopを使うのが自然なのかどうか。。。

my English skill とか
my skill of English speaking とか
なんかきちんとした主語ならいいかもw

nativeじゃないので、自然かどうかはわかりません。

ここで、natural or notで聞いてみてはどうでしょうか?

Other questions about "Has"

Q: Has proved to be... or Has proven to be...
proved or proven?
A: i would use proved
both are ok to be honest not a huge difference either way
Q: 1) Has your cold gotten better now?
2) How's your cold? 
3) How's the cold doing?
4) How's your cold doing? Does this sound natural?
A: They all sound fine :)
Q: Has this expired yet?
A: The date on there is a few weeks ago, but to be honest dried pasta does not really expire anyway, it should be fine well past the date, they are just required to put something on there.
Q: Has she came back? Does this sound natural?
A: 'Has she come back?'
Q: Hasn't he come yet? Does this sound natural?
A: Perfect.

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