31st January 2013, 12:08 PM
has / it has (omission of subject at the beginning of a sentence)
Can a phrase initiate with "has"? or it is necesary to put "it has".
Example: "has been designed a new system..."
31st January 2013, 12:20 PM
Re: "has" or "it has"
In English you usually need to put the subject in front of the verb, so the correct sentence would be:
A new system has been designed [by X]
or, in an active construction:
X has designed a new system ...
31st January 2013, 12:50 PM
Re: has / it has (omission of subject at the beginning of a sentence)
I agree with James. In English a question may start with "Has", for example:
"Has a new system been designed yet?"
EDITED to correct a typographical error