709 – 9 Ways To Use Have

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For this English lesson, We’re going to look at nine different ways that we use the verb have. Have is one of those interesting words in English that has multiple meanings and uses, as well as a number of different grammar patterns. By the way, have is an irregular verb, and the three parts are have, had, and had. Let’s get the ball rolling!

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  • Kim and her husband have a big family.
  • They usually have Comic Con at the Javits Center in NYC.
  • What do you have to do next weekend?

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