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These flaws required the attackers to have valid credentials for the interface in order to exploit them [on hold]

Please help me correct this sentence. I find the phrase "....required the attackers to have valid credentials for the interface..." incorrect. Kindly provide your suggestions.
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Is it right to use “have” in this sentence? [on hold]

I was wondering if it's right to say "This is the first car I have ever purchased since I have gotten my driving license". My question is regarding both of the "I have" usages. Also, when do I need ...
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Which sentence is correct? Tenses [closed]

I want to confirm with my customer that they received an overshipment few days ago Which one is correct? Or can i use all of them? For me 3 below sentences are seem to be okay.. but probably I’m ...
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“have to” in continuous tense

The extract below is an snippet of an audio script from a coursebook called Market Leader Intermediate. What I have problem with is the "have to" in continuous tense. Why is it in that form? What is ...
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have or has following “something and something”

My work experience and education have provided me with an extensive background in business. Do i use have/has here?
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Does she have/has to go to school? [closed]

Should I use "have" or "has" in this question? Does she have to go to school? or Does she has to go to school? If I should use "have", then what is the rule which makes me not use "has" here?...
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Is it wrong to use use contractions of have when not for the purpose of forming a past tense sentence? [duplicate]

For example, I believe the following to be acceptable: "I've had no issues in the past with this client" However, the following is what I'm unsure of: "I've $16 in my bank account." I've ...
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reported speech + would have to

What is the correct form of switching from Direct speech to Reported speech in this example: A policeman says "You will have to turn back because the road is closed" Shall it be: 1) A policeman ...
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My … has or have? [closed]

I am stuck for several hours now because I don't know if I need to use has or have in the phrases below... My first article has been published My first article have been published And My ...
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“Are to” and “Have to”

There's a question in an exam paper to which there's only one answer: Students ______ to make tough decisions after the final exams are out. Between 'have' and 'are', which most suitably fills ...
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Use of has and have with multiple examples

I wonder if someone could clarify this for me His anger and irritation have or has affected me. Thanks Richard
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If he… he would have [closed]

Is this sentence correct: If he returned safely, he would have been hailed as a hero. Are there any other correct ways of saying this?
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“having his helmet break into” vs “having his helmet broken into”

There is an English textbook newly released in some bookstores. This book says "having his helmet break into pieces" having his helmet break into pieces VS having his helmet broken into pieces ...
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When do i use “I” and “I have”? [duplicate]

When do i use "i" and "i have"? Example: I rented a car. I have rented a car. So what's the Rule? Greetings
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Usage of 'had + verb' [duplicate]

I saw this sentence in an English article. It’s time we had a serious rethink about “learning.” There are some questions about this sentence. Why the word 'had' has past tense in this sentence ...
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Has or have, which form is correct? [duplicate]

For me it´s not really clear, because it´s possible to keep it in singular in German. which version correct? The Motor front and the motor rear bearing "has" or "have" been replaced? Thanks in ...
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Would do that or would have done it?

Is there a situation in which following sentence is correct? "You could have mentioned you would do that" If so, then in which context is it right? I mean, if the sentence is started by "could ...
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I don't want to be the one that “have” or “has”? [duplicate]

Which one of these sentences is correct? I don't want to be the one that have to explain to your parents why you are not going to graduate. I don't want to be the one that has to explain to your ...
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“Having” vs “that has” [duplicate]

Is it correct to say "people having money" instead of "people who have money"? I.e. is it OK to use "having" as the opposite to "without"? In my opinion it is OK but a colleague of mine believes that ...
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How can I explain why we use 'having' in 'consider having' and 'have' in 'I'd rather have'? [duplicate]

I'd like a simple explanation as to why we use present continuous in some phrases and present simple in others. For example 'I recommend you consider having it remodeled' vs 'I'd rather not have it...'...
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“Last week I had” vs “Last week I have” [closed]

What is the difference between "Last week I have started" and "Last week I had started" ? Is the first sentence correct?
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“Who's been waiting” vs “Who've been waiting”

Which form of this phrase is correct? for everyone who's been waiting or for everyone who've been waiting I've heard "who's" used more often in this context but "who have" sounds more correct ...
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Placement of NOT in TO HAVE [duplicate]

Which sentence is correct: Can you afford not to have this solution? Can you afford to not have this solution?
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Use of “should have”

It's correct to use "subject + should have + past participle" to events that didn't happen? Example: He should have gone to work yesterday. I can use this with "It"? Example: It should have been a ...