This is about English grammer?
I had been criticized you/ I had been criticizing you
are those sentences right? If wrong WHY?
When we use those sentences?
I has a pizza or I had a pizza ?? Which one is right
- Conqueror Worm ©Lv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
Both are in the past tense but you should take out the 'been' in the first example for it to be correct.
Has in present tense. Had is past.
I HAVE a pizza = present tense. Not 'has'.
I had a pizza = past tense. There was a pizza, you are it. It now is gone.
- Anonymous8 years ago
The first one should be I have been criticizing you. Since it is past tense, had Will not work. It also sounds awkward.
Has is in the present tense. "he has the ball." Had is in the past tense. "He had the ball." See the difference?
I had a pizza is more correct then the other one. I has a pizza is not proper.Source(s): AP English student
- 8 years ago
I had been criticizing you.
I had criticized you is correct though, without the 'been.'
I had a pizza is correct, I have a pizza instead of I has a pizza is correct. I had a pizza means I used to have one, I has a pizza is the improper conjugated form of to have. Has is conjugated in the he/she form.
- ChrisLv 78 years ago
see Has/HAD Difference - Yahoo! Search Results
http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=cb-max&serveUrl=... should answer your last question.
Use search engines, hope that helps.