Did something happen or has something happened?

Did something happen or has something happened?

Did something happen or has something happened?

Both forms are grammatically correct (contrary to the insistence of some British grammar purists). The first one (“What happened?”) is the one most of us would likely ever to need in normal life. Use “did” when we knew something had happened but wanted more details.

What happened type of question?

This is a subject question because ‘what’ (the question word) is the subject of the verb happened. “What DID happen?” This is an object question because ‘what’ ISN’T the subject of the verb happened.

Have happened or happened?

have happened – it means that something happened and is still happening today. For example “Mercedes has been making cars for a long time now” They are still making cars so you need a past tense with “have” here. Had happened- it means that something had happened before another thing happened.

How do you reply to what happened?

The most common answer to what’s up is “I am fine, thank you, what about you?” The person who is asking this is enquiring about your well being at that very moment….

  1. Nothing much or not much.
  2. Nothing new.
  3. Same old.
  4. Nothing, just tired.
  5. I am unwell.
  6. I am screwed.
  7. No complaints.
  8. It’s too hot today.

Why does something happened?

The reason for something is a fact or situation which explains why it happens or what causes it to happen. If one thing happens by reason of another, it happens because of it. The reason for something is a fact or situation which explains why it happens or what causes it to happen.

What happened correct English?

The past tense, ‘happened’ is correct….English translation: what happened.

English term or phrase: What happen or what happened?
Selected answer: what happened
Entered by: Ricardo Galarza

What is a subject question?

Subject questions are questions we ask when we want information about the subject of something. The subject of a sentence is the person or thing that performs the action. Subject questions follow the same subject-verb structure as statements.

What happens or whats happen?

“What happens” is usually the immediate outcome of one’s action, while “what does happen” is more futuristic and lists out the potential consequences of carrying out certain activities.

Is has happened 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.

Is was happened correct?

“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?”

What does it mean when someone says what happened to you?

It can be interpreted as an accusation that something is wrong with the person and that it is their own fault. Like if your parents have heard that you’re getting bad grades and getting in trouble at school and then caught you smoking they might ask “What has happened with you?”

Why what happened in Marathi?

काय होत आहे ? (What is happening ?) असे का झाले ? (Why it happened ?)

What happened in our town?

Something Happened in Our Town follows two families — one White, one Black — as they discuss a police shooting of a Black man in their community. The story aims to answer children’s questions about such traumatic events, and to help children identify and counter racial injustice in their own lives.

What does things happen to me mean?

(happen to someone) if something happens to you, an event or action takes place which affects you. This is the best thing that’s ever happened to me. Synonyms and related words.

What happen correct?

what happen or what happened? Explanation: The past tense, ‘happened’ is correct. In the context offered, you are asking what (events) happened that changed or effected Jen.

Is what’s happen correct?

What’s happening in a sentence?

1, He would sit quietly and watch what was happening. 2, The children craned forward to see what was happening. 3, We hope to prevent anything unpleasant from happening. 4, He twisted around to see what was happening.