Have or see? To see or to have? Let's see it written separately or all together? With ho without h? Although it may seem an unusual question, the truth is that it is more frequent than we would like. Good proof of this are the spelling mistakes that many users make on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram when using the expression in its different forms. This time we will try to shed light on its correct use within a certain sentence.
When to see and have used: separate or together?
The correct use of each of the expressions depends entirely on the context of the sentence, although in general it is very easy to distinguish between them.
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- L ¥ € $ (@medaisasko) September 20, 2019
To begin with, there is an infinitive verb that refers to the existence of a good or object, whether material or immaterial . "There is a store there", "There should be a little order here" and so on.
It is also used to form the compound tenses of certain verbs in the past . For example, "I have taken a difficult exam", "Having studied before would not have helped me" ...
Regarding the use of a ver, this can vary depending on the context, and is constructed by a preposition and the verb ver. Some of the meanings it admits denote questioning, expectation, and interest . You can replace the expression "naturally" or "clear".
When to use one and the other? One of the best tricks to see and have to remember its correct use within a sentence is to see if it is accompanied by a verb. In general, it usually corresponds to the verb have instead of to see .
Examples of phrases with haber
- I think I understood what the German policeman told us at the station.
- There doesn't have to be a lot of clientele when the "transfer" sign has been hanging since yesterday.
- Having come earlier would have helped you not to miss the bus.
Examples of phrases with to see
- Let's see when the exam notes come out.
- Let's see Maria, I told you that by today you should have finished your reading work.
- Look at the new iPhone that I bought. Let's see, can you show me?
To see or to have?
Within this crossroads there is another expression that creates confusion among Spanish-speaking users. We refer to "to have." In this case, its use is often confused with the expression "to see" when we talk about a future action.
We all know that during Kirchnerism there was corruption. Those of us who are not k know it and k themselves know it. We all also know that if they win, there will be corruption again. The tragic problem is that for a large part of the population that is irrelevant. #TheftInTheHomeland
- M. Poirot (@ vivaroca2015) September 23, 2019
Differentiating its use is as simple as looking at the verb that precedes the expression . In the case of “to see”, the verb is to see, while in “to have”, the verb is to have. On this basis, the meaning of the phrase will vary depending on the verb that it accompanies.
- He is going to find himself in a mess that he will not even know where he has been.
- My mother told me that today there will be rain all day.
Examples of sentences with will be
- Will there be alcohol at the party?
- If there is going to be money or not, we will only know at the end of the month.
Examples of sentences with will see
- You will see how long it takes for Mario to get to his house.
- As it continues to rain you will see how the street floods.
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