India Languages, asked by patel96shrutip1rujo, 2 days ago

Lizzy had rs.500 jhon has rs 50 fifo will have rs700 who have more money


Answered by HappiestWriter012

Hey there!
Given question :

Lizzy had 500 Rs
John has 50 Rs
Fify will have 700 Rs .

The words " had, have, has " decides the action of event, Here they decide the time of possession of money.

" had " refers to past. So Lizzy had 500 Rs in the same past, but now he isn't having.

" will have " refers to future. So fify might have 700 Rs in future but not now

The only guy remaining is John. " has " refers to present tense. So he is having 50 rupees at present.

So, At present, John is the guy with most money.

Hence, John has more money!

Answered by writersparadise

The answer for this question is found only when the tenses are understood properly.


  • Lizzy had rs.500. Had is the past tense of the word has. So, it clearly indicates that she had rs.500 before but not sure about how much she has now.
  • John has rs.50. Has is the present tense and so it states that John has rs.50 with him now.
  • FIFO will have rs.700. Will have is the future tense and so FIFO does not have the money currently. FIFO will have rs.700 only in the future.

Therefore, with the given situation, the answer is John.

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