English Grammar Index
TO HAVE :
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TO HAVE may be used as an Auxiliary verb to help to form all the Perfect Tenses in the Active and Passive voices.
It has began to snow.
Have you had your lunch?
The work had been finished before. I arrived.
They had finished my work already.
TO HAVE may be used as a Principal Verb.
TO HAVE may be used to denote possession
What long hair that fellow has!
He has a beautiful fountain pen.
TO HAVE may be used to mean TO TAKE, TO EXPERIENCE.
At what time do you have (- take) breakfast?
Did you have (- experience) any difficulty in finding the house?
How often do you have (- receive) letters from your brother in Canada?