29th June 2020

proz
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What happened or what happen?

"What happened" is a question to clarify events. "What's happened" is a question immediately after an event. -> Thank you, Peter.

Similarly, it is asked, what has happened grammatically correct?

2 Answers. It's wrong because has happened, as the perfect tense, indicates an action that is momentary, or at least completed; whereas for a while now indicates something continuing and requires the imperfect tense.

Likewise, was happened grammar?

“When was it happened?” is not correct because you must use the base form of the main verb after an auxiliary verb. You used “happened,” which is the past tense and past participle of “to happen.” The correct phrasing would be “When did it happen?”

Has been happening Meaning?

"Has been happening" means a process that is continuous or repeating until now. "Ukraine has been trying to join EU for a while now". Their candidacy started a long time ago, but various reasons kept it back. If you use past perfect, 'have done', you must indicate a point in time, or a period that ended already.

Do you happen to be meaning?

They both have the same meaning but the sentence "do you happen to have" is spoken in a formal way and the sentence "do you have" is spoken in an informal way. They both have the same meaning but the sentence "do you happen to have" is spoken in a formal way and the sentence "do you have" is spoken in an informal way.
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