has been received or have been received?

has been received or have been received?

1 Answer

  1. “has been received” is used in present perfect continuous tense with singular noun, he, she and it. e.g. The package has been received.

    “have been received” is used in present perfect continuous tense with plural nouns, I, we, you and they. e.g. the packages have been received.

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