Sometimes, when we ran out of time and did not have space for any further activity, he used to tell us that should anyone need any assistance or have any query, accompany me to my office.
Microsoft Word is telling me that I should use "has" instead of "have", and this casts some doubts that I need to get rid of. So, what is right? And what is wrong?
I think that novelists and storytellers use "redundancy" in a good way to adorn their works of literature and to interestingly add more elaboration, which aids the reader with depicting the plot in his mind, or to show their range; however, when I attempt to apply that positive aspect of redundancy ("when we ran out of time and did not have space for any further activity,"), everyone tells me that I am being tautological. Could anyone explain how and when I can sound positively redundant? (I also believe that, somewhere in English, there is absolutely a more fitting word for that "positive redundancy" thing)