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How to Pronounce hath it?

Correct pronunciation for the word "hath it" is [haθ ˈɪt], [haθ ˈɪt], [h_a_θ ˈɪ_t].

What are the misspellings for hath it?

  • hatit,
  • hathat,
  • hath it,
  • hath et,
  • gath it,
  • bath it,
  • nath it,
  • jath it,
  • uath it,
  • yath it,
  • hzth it,
  • hsth it,
  • hwth it,
  • hqth it,
  • harh it,
  • hafh it,
  • hagh it,
  • hayh it,
  • ha6h it,
  • ha5h it

What is the present tense of Hath it?

  • The personal forms of the verb "hath" in present tense are:

  • - I have

  • - You have

  • - He/she/it has

  • - We have

  • - You have

  • - They have
  • What is the past tense of Hath it?

  • The personal forms of the verb "hath it" in the past tense are as follows:

  • Singular:

  • 1st person: I had it

  • 2nd person: you had it

  • 3rd person: he/she/it had it

  • Plural:

  • 1st person: we had it

  • 2nd person: you had it

  • 3rd person: they had it
  • What is the adverb for hath it?

    The adverb for "hath it" would be "thereof".

    What is the adjective for hath it?

    The adjective form of "hath it" would be "hath it-like" or "hath-itish". However, it's worth mentioning that "hath it" is an archaic or old-style language construction, and its adjective form may not be commonly used or recognized in modern English.

    Usage over time for hath it:

    This graph shows how "hath it" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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