Have become or has become?

Have become or has become?

I know the verb “become” and came across “has become” but haven’t seen “has became” in a sentence before. It’s wrong. It should be the present perfect tense: auxiliary verb “has” + past participle “become”.

Is it correct to say has become?

Has become/ have become is correct. We do not use past tense form of the verb with have/ has/ had. We use past participle form of the verb with have/ has/ had in perfect tense. ‘has become’/ ‘have become’ is grammatically correct.

How do you use has become in a sentence?

He has become enormously wealthy. He has become a father. If so, he has become a shaman. He has become a quiet, respected leader.

Is become plural or singular?

“Become” is plural, “becomes” is singular. For example, “A caterpillar becomes a butterfly“ describes a single caterpillar.

Is become past tense?

Become verb forms

Infinitive Present Participle Past Tense
become becoming became or ( nonstandard ) becomed

Can we use have become?

Senior Member. Yes, “have become”, as Copyright said. We use the past participle (not the past tense) of a verb with “have” — “become” is the past participle form of “become.”

What is past tense of become?

Word forms: 3rd person singular present tense becomes , present participle becoming , past tense became language note: The form become is used in the present tense and is the past participle.

What has become of synonym?

What is another word for has become?

has changed into has turned into
has come to be has developed into
has evolved into has grown into
has transformed into

Where do we use become?

Become can be used in the following ways: as a linking verb (followed by an adjective or noun complement): The problem became worse. He became president in 2001. as a transitive verb: Blue is a colour that becomes you.

What is the past tense of become?

Had became or has become?

The difference is that “had became” is a mistake which arises as a result of confusing the preterite with the past participle. The past participle of “become” is “become,” so, by conventional standards, “had become” is the only correct form.

What verb tense is has become?