Sir, could you please let me know whether It is correct and it is in present indefinite tense as It is a question?The sentence is in the present tense (main clause: I wish). In that construction, the word had does not imply present/past/future; it denotes unreality. We know from the way the sentence is constructed that you don’t have enough money (but the speaker wishes the opposite were true – subjunctive).
It has no tense. When “had” is used to indicate a counterfactual, it is tenseless.Could you please let me know which tense is it in, below?
"I wish you had enough money."
I am extremely so sorry for late reply, sir🙏🙏🙏🙏. I was not at home, sorry.What do you mean by “tense“, Dilbarhossainchy?
I'm not sure where you heard that, but it is not particularly helpful and you have probably misunderstood: you should forget it.Sir, I heard sentences cannot be made without time/tense.