Is Said Or Has Been Said?

Sentence examples for it has been said that from inspiring English sources. It has been said that Pres. Consequently, it has been said that humans are basically female. “It has been said that the inquiry is in crisis.

Has been well said Meaning?

A comment expressing approval; an accolade; “that was spoken well” (clearly or eloquently.)

Has said meaning?

Re: Had Said / Has Said

‘He had said that he would be going’ in the more distant past, but changed his mind or emended his plans in the nearer past. ‘He has said’ suggests that he is still planning to go at the moment.

Has and have difference?

While the verb to have has many different meanings, its primary meaning is “to possess, own, hold for use, or contain.” Have and has indicate possession in the present tense (describing events that are currently happening). Have is used with the pronouns I, you, we, and they, while has is used with he, she, and it.

What does it mean having said that?

student, United States. “Having said that” is a transitional phrase that has become more and more common in spoken language. When people say, “Having said that” it is a signal that they are going to say something which will contrast or disagree with what they said a moment ago.

When can I use well said?

A comment expressing approval; an accolade; “that was spoken well” (clearly or eloquently.)

What to say when someone says well said?

So you would think accepting a compliment should be pretty simple. Someone says something nice. You say thank you. End of story.

What to say instead of has been?

synonyms for has-been

  • antiquated.
  • back number.
  • dated.
  • obsolete.
  • of the old school.
  • old hat.
  • old-fashioned.
  • outdated.

What have we got for dinner correct sentence?

It is correct, so no change required.

Can you start a sentence with that being said?

Yes, you can. It’s simply a matter of adjusting the tense to fit the rest of your sentence. “That being said” implies that you are about to contradict or modify what has just been said — that’s how you should read that particular idiom. Uriel is right–it introduces an upcoming contradiction.

How do you say very well said?

Synonyms & Antonyms of well-spoken

  1. articulate,
  2. eloquent,
  3. fluent,
  4. silver-tongued.

Is rightly said correct?

In both “Well said” and “Rightly said”, “well” and “rightly” are adverbs. The first phrase is correct while the other one is not, as you say.

What is a fancy word for true?

correct, accurate, authentic, factual, genuine, precise, real, right, truthful, veracious. faithful, dedicated, devoted, dutiful, loyal, reliable, staunch, steady, trustworthy. exact, accurate, on target, perfect, precise, spot-on (British, informal), unerring.


well said! spoken used to say that you agree with what someone has just said, or that you admire them for saying it → well.

DOES WELL SAID have a hyphen?

If I could think of a real example where I would use them as a compound adjective, preceding the noun, then I might hyphenate them – a well-said sentence, for example, or a spot-on remark. I wouldn’t normally use either of those. I would not refer to well-said, or any other hyphenated form, as a “hyphenate”.

What does nicely put mean?

It means like, (well put) or well said, a good way to say something. See a translation.

What does having been mean?

“Having been” is the past participle form and used to emphasize that a first action has been completed before the second action begins.

Is it correct to say that being said?

Both “that said” and “that being said” are common (possibly too common) and perfectly grammatical, and sufficiently formal as well. “Having said that” is also correct, but to be correct the subject in what follows must be whoever said that (usually “I”). For instance, you can say: Roses are usually red.

How do you use that being said?

How to use the “that being said”

  1. With that being said, I left the room.
  2. While that being said, I was driving.
  3. In that being said, I jumped off the roof.
  4. As that being said made me fall to my knees and cry.
  5. That being said, she locked the door and turned off the light.

Have been VS has been?

“Had been” is used to mean that something happened in the past and has already ended. “Have been” and “has been” are used to mean that something began in the past and has lasted into the present time.

When we use has been and have been?

“Has been” and “have been” are both in the present perfect tense. “Has been” is used in the third-person singular and “have been” is used for first- and second-person singular and all plural uses. The present perfect tense refers to an action that began at some time in the past and is still in progress.

Has have had example?

Have had and had had

  • I have a sister.
  • She has a car.
  • He has a nice job.
  • I have breakfast at 8.30.
  • I have a shower before I go to bed.
  • I have a nap in the afternoon.