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Has happened or happened?

Has happened or happened?

“happened” is being used as a transitive verb here (requiring an object) and it’s not. “it has happened” is the past and “it happens” is the present. “It is happened” is incorrect and meaningless. “It has happened” means that it happened in the recent past.

What happened reply?

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What happened Ka answer in English?

The past tense, ‘happened’ is correct….English translation: what happened.

English term or phrase: What happen or what happened?
Selected answer: what happened
Entered by: Ricardo Galarza

What happen or whats happen?

You would use “What happened?” to refer to an event in the past; “What’s happened?” refers to an event in the recent past which has an effect on the present.

Is have happened correct?

have happened – it means that something happened and is still happening today. For example “Mercedes has been making cars for a long time now” They are still making cars so you need a past tense with “have” here. Had happened- it means that something had happened before another thing happened.

What does reply all mean?

The reply all function means that you email your response to both the sender of the previous message and everyone who received the original email.

What does kya hua?

Kya hua means what happened or what happen.

What is the meaning of what happens?

intransitive verb. 1 : to occur by chance —often used with it it so happens I’m going your way. 2 : to come into being or occur as an event, process, or result mistakes will happen. 3 : to do, encounter, or attain something by or as if by chance I happen to know the answer.

Is what’s happen correct?

It causes lots of confusion even for native speakers. Both forms are grammatically correct (contrary to the insistence of some British grammar purists). The first one (“What happened?”) is the one most of us would likely ever to need in normal life. Use “did” when we knew something had happened but wanted more details.

What happen happens?

The expression “whatever happens, happens” drives at the point of going with the flow. It means to let things (the situation, circumstance) be and to not fight what will be. It is a way of accepting where the flow (or wind – whatever floats your boat) takes you.

When to use ” what’s happened ” and ” what has happened “?

“What has happened?” (usually contracted to “What’s happened?”) is normal usage in the UK in cases where there is some connection between the event and the present moment. I think “What happened?” is more of a US usage, though it is catching on on this side of the Atlantic as well.

What is the past tense of what had happened?

Hope it’s clear… “What had happened” is the past tense of “what has happened”. It means something has started in the past and ended in the past. “Has happened” means something started in the past and just ended now. “happened” is simple past indicates a specific time or moment in the past.

Is there a clue to what happened to the crossword puzzle?

Happened to is a crossword puzzle clue that we have spotted over 20 times. There are related clues (shown below). WSJ Daily –

Where did the answer get their name from?

The Answer are a Northern Irish hard rock band from Newcastle and Downpatrick, County Down, Northern Ireland, UK. They have achieved success with their debut album Rise selling in excess of 30,000 copies in the UK & Europe, 10,000 on day one in Japan and 100,000 worldwide.

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