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She: I had an awesome time yesterday.

He: Haha. I'm glad you have!

Did I use the wrong word? Is it suppose to be had?

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Hi John, welcome to Writers SE. This is a question about language usage, and so should be migrated to English Language & Usage SE. – Lauren Ipsum Aug 1 '13 at 0:00

Neither. The right word here is "did":

Haha. I'm glad you did!

"I'm glad you have" would work if the first sentence were: "I have had ..."

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