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Explanation: Puede ser el verbo "tener", en cuyo caso la forma "has" se usa usa con he, she o it. (As in "She has a car")
O bien el auxiliar, que también se usa con he, she, it. (She has gone, por ejemplo).
Se necesitaría contexto!!!
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Lorena Grancelli Argentina Local time: 07:41 Native speaker of: Spanish PRO pts in pair: 59
Explanation: if it´s next to she/he/it (personal pronouns)and in present perfect tense that is to say auxiliary verb in spanish is EL/ELLA/ESO: "HA" + verb.-
But also can be used in present simple tense and in spanish is translated as:
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