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Can you explain have, had we have had or also apostrphe e.g. james's or james'



 
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Can you explain have, had we have had or also apostrphe e.g. james's or james' #1 (permalink) Sun Nov 01, 2009 11:43 am   Can you explain have, had we have had or also apostrphe e.g. james's or james'
 

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ESL/EFL Test #754 "Real Life: Healthcare Treatment (1)", question 1

When I cut my finger, I put a ......... on the wound to stop the bleeding and to prevent infections.

(a) test
(b) bandage
(c) slice
(d) tape

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #754 "Real Life: Healthcare Treatment (1)", answer 1

When I cut my finger, I put a bandage on the wound to stop the bleeding and to prevent infections.

Correct answer: (b) bandage
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Can you explain have, had we have had or also apostrphe e.g james's or james'

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Can you explain have, had we have had or also apostrphe e.g. james's or james' #2 (permalink) Sun Nov 01, 2009 12:14 pm   Can you explain have, had we have had or also apostrphe e.g. james's or james'
 

Have -- present tense
Had -- past tense
Have had -- present perfect tense

James's

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