Did he or has he? You may have heard this question while watching television or reading a novel. You should know the meanings of the words “he” and the basic concepts behind them. Depending on your language and cultural background, the correct answer can vary greatly. The answer will often depend on whether the person is male or female. Generally, “he” refers to a male.
In English, the word “he” replaces the previous y ‘they’ before the particle. This syllable is used with a bare particle after an adjective. Therefore, a bare particle, or a definite article, precedes a verb. But in the plural, a verb is always in front of an object. If a verb is the subject in a question, a number should precede it.