Would have did or done?

Would have did or done?

Would have did or done?

I would have did the dishes instead of I would have done the dishes. This combination is impossible. "have" is an auxiliary verb. "did" is a past tense.

Could I have done or could have I done?

Which one is correct ? "could have I done" is wrong. "could I have done" is possible in the right context. For example: "What could I have done about it?", "Could I have done things differently?"

Should have done or should have did?

These are correct sentences: You should have done your homework last night. You didn't do your homework last night. You did your homework last night.

Would have did Meaning?

used for saying that something was possible in the past, even though it did not happen. You could have been killed. I could have told you, but I didn't think you would listen. She could have married Gerald if she'd wanted to. Synonyms and related words.

Which is correct could have or could of?

You should never use could of. It is a mistake by careless writers that results from a misunderstanding of spoken English. Since could have is a verb phrase, and of is preposition, you will always know to use could have as long as you can remember the parts of speech of have and of.

Could of done meaning?

DEFINITIONS2. used for saying that something was possible in the past, even though it did not happen.

Is the past tense of do did or have done?

  • The past participle of DO is DONE . Remember that past participles are accompanied by TO HAVE or TO BE (in the correct tense): I have done my homework. He has done a good job.

What is the past tense of have done?

  • The past tense of have done is had done. The third-person singular simple present indicative form of have done is has done. The present participle of have done is having done. The past participle of have done is had done.

Did vs done?

  • Differences in a Nutshell ‘Did’ is the second form of ‘Do’ while ‘Done’ is the third form of ‘Do’. ‘Did’ is always used for Past Indefinite/Simple Tense, while ‘Done’ is pliant and can be used in all Tenses. ‘Did’ indicates towards something which is over, while ‘Done’ says that something is completed.

Do, does, did and done?

  • This is because it can be a verb, as in the verb TO DO which can be conjugated as Do and Does in the present tense, Did in the past tense and Done as a past participle. DO can also be an AUXILIARY verb in the form of Do / Does to make questions in the present tense and Did to make questions in the past tense.

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