- This year we have economic crisis deepen in our country.
- This year we had economic crisis deepen in our country.
Are they both grammatical and sensical? If yes, then how do you read both examples? I am interested in your interpretation.
I would keep the helper verb (to have) with the verb:
This year an/the economic crisis has deepened in our country.
This year an/the economic crisis had deepened in our country, but the government took several actions to improve the situation.
Both are more or less correct. Just add an article. Like so:
This year we have an economic crisis deepen in our country.
This year we had an economic crisis deepen in our country.
The one with have is that they still have a crisis. The one with had is that someone had a crisis this year, but they no longer have it.