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Grammar: “To have + V3” & “For having + V3”

Grammar और Spoken English दोनों के लिए बहुत जरूरी है ये टॉपिक… सीख लो तो सब आसान है। बस आप कोशिश तो करो…
Perfect Infinitive:
To have + V3

Perfect Participle: Having + V3

Watch the following video to understand the Grammar Concept first and then do the exercise to polish your skill.

Sentences covered and explained in the video:
1) He admitted that he had seen the movie alone.
    He admitted to have seen the movie alone.

2) We pretended that we had finished the work by then.
    We pretended to have finished the work by then.

3) He claimed that he had told me everything about this issue.
    He claimed to have told me everything about this issue.

4) I hope that I will have passed the exam in 2021.
    I hope to have passed the exam in 2021.

5) I hope that I will pass the exam in 2021.
    I hope to pass the exam in 2021.

6) Sanjay agrees that he has not called her lately.
    Sanjay agrees not to have called her lately.

7) I appreciate myself that I reach office on time.
    I appreciate myself to reach office on time.

8) I appreciate myself that I had reached office on time that day.
  I appreciate myself to have reached office on time that day.

9) I appreciate that he reaches office on time.
    I appreciate him for reaching office on time.

10) I appreciate that he had reached office on time that day.
      I appreciate him for having reached office on time.

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11) She respects you because you have always stood by her.
      She respects you for always having stood by her.

12) She criticizes him because he had not paid her salary.
      She criticizes him for not having paid her salary.

13) He is angry with me as I have not met him this year.
      He is angry with me for not having met him this year.

14) I dislike this movie as it has not condemned the wrongdoings of our society.
      I dislike this movie for not having condemned the wrongdoings of our society.

Re-write the following sentences using Perfect Infinitive/participle structure:

  1. He told me that he had seen you in the market yesterday.
  2. Anjali informed me that she had scored 99% last year.
  3. I am glad that I have found a good job.
  4. He is glad that he has received good response from public for what he had done in his last video.
  5. I am sad that I had missed your dance performance last week.
  6. I am sad that I have not helped him in need.
  7. He is sorry that he has missed your wedding.
  8. You must be happy that you have got an opportunity to work with me.
  9. He is angry with me because I had not taken him to market yesterday.
  10. It is said that he has become a billionaire in just few years.
  11. It is said that his house has been built in 3 months only.
  12. It was said that he had worked extremely hard to become a successful businessman.
  13. It was said that she had taken money for helping Rajesh.
  14. It seems that you have seen him somewhere.
  15. It seems that he has lost his temper.
  16. I appreciate that you have learned grammar within a month only.

Answers:

  1. He told me to have seen you in the market yesterday.
  2. Anjali informed me to have scored 99% last year.
  3. I am glad to have found a good job.
  4. He is glad to have received good response from public for what he had done in his last video.
  5. I am sad to have missed your dance performance last week.
  6. I am sad not to have helped him in need.
  7. He is sorry to have missed your wedding.
  8. You must be happy to have got an opportunity to work with me.
  9. He is angry with me for not having taken him to market yesterday.
  10. He is said to have become a billionaire in just few years.
  11. His house is said to have been built in 3 months only.
  12. He was said to have worked extremely hard to become a successful businessman.
  13. She was said to have taken money for helping Rajesh.
  14. You seem to have seen him somewhere.
  15. He seems to have lost his temper.
  16. I appreciate you for having learned grammar within a month only.

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12 thoughts on “Grammar: “To have + V3” & “For having + V3””

  1. Sir Could you please suggest reference books above topic . what is the best books for English grammar

  2. Infinitive / Participle

    He told me that he had seen you in the market yesterday.
    He told me to have seen you in the market yesterday.

    Anjali informed me that she had scored 99% last year.
    Anjali informed me to have scored 99% last year.

    I am glad that I have found a good job.
    I am glad to have found a good job.

    He is glad that he has received good response from public for what he had done in his last video.
    He is glad to have received good response from public for what he had done in his last video.

    I am sad that I had missed your dance performance last week.
    I am sad to have missed your dance performance last week.
    I am sad that I have not helped him in need.
    I am sad not to have helped him in need

    He is sorry that he has missed your wedding.
    He is sorry to have missed your wedding.

    You must be happy that you have got an opportunity to work with me.
    You must be happy to have got an opportunity to work with me.
    He is angry with me because I had not taken him to market yesterday.
    He is angry with me for not having taken him to market yesterday.
    It is said that he has become a billionaire in just few years.
    It is said to have become a billionaire in just few years.

    It is said that his house has been built in 3 months only.
    His house is said to have been built in 3 months only.

    It was said that he had worked extremely hard to become a successful businessman.
    He was said to have worked extremely hard to become a successful businessman.

    It was said that she had taken money for helping Rajesh.
    She was said to have taken money for helping Rajesh.

    It seems that you have seen him somewhere.
    You seem to have seen him somewhere.

    It seems that he has lost his temper.
    He seems to have lost his temper.

    I appreciate that you have learned grammar within a month only.
    I appreciate you for having learned grammar within a month only.

    Thanks Adity Sir….

    I think I need more practice.

  3. It is expected that the work will be completed by next month.
    Which one is correct ? Pls help me sir
    The work is expected to be completed by next month.
    The work is expected to have completed by next month.

    1. The work is expected to be completed by next month. Our intellectual sir already said in his video that we only use “To Have” if the sentence is in perfect tense. We use To with another tenses as if you say we are told him that don’t go there than you can also say these with the help of TO. we are told him not to go there.

  4. Anit Kumar Mondal

    Sir if possible,please develop a video on the uses of ‘Must’ and ‘Have to’ .I’m in need of badly.

  5. GOOD MORNING SIR
    SIR, PLEASE DEVELOP MORE VIDEOS ON ARTICLES. I THINK THIS IS THE MOST DIFFICULT TOPIC IN ENGLISH GRAMMAR.

  6. 1-He told me that he had seen you in the market yesterday.
    He told me to have seen you in the market yesterday.
    2-Anjali informed me that she had scored 99% last year.
    Anjali informed me to have scored 99% last year.
    3-I’m glad that I have found a good job.
    I’m glad to have found a good job.
    4-He is glad that he has received good response from public for what he had done in last video.
    He is glad to have received good response from for what he had done in last video.
    5-I’m sad that I had missed your donce performance last week.
    I’m sad to have missed your donce your dance performance last week.
    6-I’m said that I haven’t helped him in need.
    I’m said not to have helped him in need.
    7-He is sorry that he has missed your wedding.
    He is sorry to have missed you wedding.
    8-you must be happy that you have got an opportunity to work with me.
    You must be happy to have got an opportunity to work with me.
    9-He is angry with me because I had not taken him to market yesterday.
    He is angry with me not to have taken him to market.
    10-It is said that he has become a billionaire in just few days
    He is said to have became billionaire in just few days
    11-It is said that his house has been built in 3 months only.
    His house is said to have been built in 3 months only.
    12-It was said that he had worked extremely hard to become a successful businessman.
    He was said to have worked extremely hard to become a successful businessman.
    13-It was said that she had taken money for helping Rajesh.
    She was said to have taken money for helping Rajesh.
    14-It seems that you have seen him somewhere.
    You seem to have seen him somewhere.
    15- It seems that he has lost his temper.
    He seems to have lost his temper.
    16-I appreciate that you have learnt grammar within a month only.
    I appreciate you to have learned grammar within a month only.
    Thank so much sir! I feel proud to have your student????

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