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2015-10-15T14:37:10+08:00

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The word has.

"Raven has the key to open the lock"

the word have been.

"I have been doing nothing!"

See the differrence?
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2015-10-17T13:41:22+08:00

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Has:
"One of us has to leave, we should let go."
Have been:
"I have been starting to love my mother, until now."

So definitely:
Has is used for a singular noun or pronoun, followed by a "to + verb" or another noun or pronoun, etc. and has is used for 3rd person subjects like the one above.

Have been is for an action, or a verb on which the subject is still continuing to do it or it is already done.


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