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It has in German 🇩🇪

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it has es hat
How to say “it has” in German? “Es hat”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “es hat” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on it has in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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**Tips to remember the German word “es hat”:**

– Relate “es hat” with the English “it has”. Both start with an ‘h’ and have a short form ‘it’s’ and ‘es’ respectively.
– Break it down into “es” (it) and “hat” (has), associating “hat” with the English word “hat” that sits on “top” of your head, as “has” is a crucial verb that often sits on top of German verb lists.


“Es hat” is the third-person singular present tense of the German verb “haben” which means “to have”. “Es” translates to “it” in English, and “hat” is the conjugated form of “haben” for “er/sie/es” which means “he/she/it”.

**Other words that mean the same thing:**

– “besitzt”: This is another verb that can mean “has” in the sense of owning something.
– “verfügt über”: This can also mean “has” when talking about having certain features or qualities.

**Conjugations of “haben”:**

– Infinitive: haben
– Present tense: ich habe (I have), du hast (you have, singular informal), er/sie/es hat (he/she/it has), wir haben (we have), ihr habt (you have, plural informal), sie/Sie haben (they/you have, formal).
– Simple past tense: ich hatte (I had), du hattest (you had), er/sie/es hatte (he/she/it had), etc.
– Present perfect: ich habe gehabt (I have had)
– Future: ich werde haben (I will have)

Note: German tenses can be more complex, including compound tenses, but these are the basic forms.

**Examples of sentences that use “es hat”:**

– “Es hat einen schönen Garten.” (It has a beautiful garden.)
– “Es hat begonnen zu regnen.” (It has started to rain.)
– “Es hat mich überrascht.” (It has surprised me.)
– “Es hat keine Eile.” (It is in no hurry.)
– “Es hat drei Schlafzimmer.” (It has three bedrooms.)

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