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    Have - ordinary verb



    1.Sometimes 'have' is an auxiliary.


    Have you seen the film?

    He has sent you an email.

    He hadn't noticed.

    if I had known I wouldn't have started.



    2. Sometimes 'have' is an ordinary verb.

    In this case to make questions/negatives we use forms of 'do' .

    It is wrong to say, "I hadn't the time'.You should say 'I didn't have the time".

    It is wrong to say ,"Have you the book N? " You should say 'Do you have the book N?"

    (Note:British English also uses the form 'Have you got? 'He hasn't got ' etc. )



    Complete the exercise below.Use a form of 'do' + have. Don't forget that 'he/she/it ' in the present takes 'does/doesn't'.

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    1. I don't have any brothers. How many brothers ? (you/have)

    2. He has a nice house, but he a garden. (not/have)

    3. any shampoo? (have/they)

    4. We the time to play soccer today. (not/have)

    5. We time to play soccer yesterday either.(not/have)

    6. That's a nice car ! Tell me, a built-in GPS ? (have/it)

    7. My car has a radio, but it a GPS. (not/have)

    8. My last car a very big boot.(not/have)

    9. It had a lot of room, but it four doors.

    10. I know it didn't have four doors, but assisted parking?

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