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they had sie haben gehabt
How to say “they had” in German? “Sie haben gehabt”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “sie haben gehabt” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on they had in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to Remember:
1. Associate “haben” with “to have” in English.
2. Remember that “gehabt” is the past participle of “haben.”
3. Connect “sie” with “they” when it’s capitalized, or “she” when it is not (note the context).
4. German verbs often take the auxiliary “haben” to form the perfect tense, as in “sie haben gehabt.”

– “Sie haben gehabt” is not a standard or commonly used tense in contemporary German. The correct perfect tense would be “sie haben … gehabt” with a past participle in between “haben” and “gehabt.”
– “Haben” is the infinitive form meaning “to have.”
– “Gehabt” is the past participle used for forming past tenses.

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– “Sie besaßen” which is the simple past tense form of “haben.”

Infinitive Conjugations:
– Present: ich habe, du hast, er/sie/es hat, wir haben, ihr habt, sie/Sie haben
– Simple Past: ich hatte, du hattest, er/sie/es hatte, wir hatten, ihr hattet, sie/Sie hatten
– Perfect: ich habe gehabt, du hast gehabt, er/sie/es hat gehabt, wir haben gehabt, ihr habt gehabt, sie/Sie haben gehabt
– Future: ich werde haben, du wirst haben, er/sie/es wird haben, wir werden haben, ihr werdet haben, sie/Sie werden haben

Examples of Sentences:
– Present: Sie haben ein Haus. (They have a house.)
– Simple Past: Sie hatten GlΓΌck. (They were lucky.)
– Perfect: Sie haben einen Kuchen gebacken. (They have baked a cake.)
– Future: Sie werden Zeit haben. (They will have time.)

It is important to note that “sie haben gehabt” by itself would typically be incorrect unless you are mentioning what they had, for example, “sie haben einen Hund gehabt” (they had a dog). The correct form for the pluperfect would be “sie hatten gehabt,” but it is a tense rarely used in modern German, replaced by the simple past or perfect tense.

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