Q: Having said that, that being said とはどういう意味ですか?
A: That phrase is mostly used as a way to claim that something is true despite the preceding sentence.
Q: Having said that とはどういう意味ですか?
A: You say "having said that" after giving a reason or an explanation.
"This job entails lots of manual labor. Having said that, would you still like to apply for the job?"
Q: "Having said that~" とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means they have told you something that you might not have know. So now they will tell you something that had to do with the first sentence..sorry if it's confusing lol
Q: Having said that とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Also = "that said"

Basically, it's a very fancy way of saying "but".


Q: Having
and why do I add "ing" if "have" is non- active? を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: @Esmy02
I am having breakfast
Are you having fun?
She is having a pizza
A lot of languages don’t form sentences like this, and don’t have equivalent words for having (or any words ending in -ing)
‘I am having breakfast’ means ‘I have breakfast’ but it isn’t said this way in English, we use ‘-ing’ a lot
Does this help?
Q: Having said that, を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Having said that, he nonetheless arrived on time.
(Having said that refers to a statement that was subsequently contradicted by an action. The example I give is of someone who supposedly is not punctual and a statement was made to that effect ,but was contradicted because said man did arrive on time).
Q: Having said that を使った例文を教えて下さい。

E.G .

Having said that, the study also suggests that the bizarre 
microbes just may be the
 dominant life form on our

➡You guys have done a pretty good job. Having said that, I still think there's room for improvement.

➡Well, it’s okay. The equipment’s quite good. There’s a computer, and there’s everything you need, really. Having said that, it’s a bit small. 

Q: Having been kicked I.. を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Having been kicked, I couldn’t play football anymore.
Having been kicked, I thought I should see a doctor.

The comma is important here to separate the clauses. The first clause is in the past tense, and the second clause can be in the past tense too (to carry on with the story/memory) or it can be in the present tense to link a memory to a current situation.

For example, someone sees someone else get kicked and they remember how much it hurt when they were kicked:
Having been kicked, I understand how how much pain he feels.

Though we normally add ‘myself’ after the verb:
Having been kicked myself, I understand how much pain he feels.

Hope the examples and explanations help :)
Q: Having said that を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Having said that can be used after a statement, so that you can continue or change the topic. Having said that, that is a great question.


Q: Having said that と That being said… と with that being said はどう違いますか?
A: @oppataehyung

That being said, With that being said mean same. "Having said that" seems a little weird without the full context.

Let me give you more examples, hope they might help you understand the meanings better.

💥Having done my homework, I went to play.
(I did my homework, and I went to play)

💥Being done my homework, now I can play.
(My homework is done, and now I can play).

(💥💥💥look at the slight difference in meaning⏫)


Being + v3,......

Having+ (being +) v3,.....

💥Having said what I wanted to say, I'm relieved.
(I said what I wanted to say, and now I'm relieved)

💥Being said what I wanted to say, I'm relieved.
(What I wanted to say, is said, and now I'm relieved)

(⏫look at the slight difference in meaning)


With that being said,.....
That being said,...........

(both are OK)
(But I'd not say this⏬)

Having said that,................
Q: Having seen と Seeing はどう違いますか?
A: увидев and видя: Having seen this movie several times, I can assure you you won't like it. -AND- Seeing her face in the mirror for the first time after the surgery, she knew she had picked the right surgeon.
Q: Having been written と Having written はどう違いますか?
A: ‘The book, having been written in 1900, was out of date’
(This implies you’re talking about the thing that was written)

‘Having written a book, I’m now an author’
(This implies you wrote something)


Q:Having failed in the test, Jean finally found another tactic to tackle it.” is it a correct sentence? thanks guys! は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: It's okay but I would not use the word "tactic" here. I'd say, "Jean finally found another way of tackling it".
Q: Having here は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: What do you want to express?


Q: On "I AM HAVING A CUP OF TEA", what does the "Having" means?
A: so, it has nothing to do with 'possession' right?
Q: Having studied abroad made me more responsible. この表現は自然ですか?
A: It would make more sense if you said “studying abroad made me more responsible”
Q: Having watched this musical, I was totally being captured by them. この表現は自然ですか?
A: I think it was great.