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Number of Pages: 75
Dimensions: 8.5 inch x 11 inch
[Paper Size: Letter]
This Book Covers The Following Topics:
01. English Verb -- ‘Have’
02. Meanings of the Main Verb ‘Have’
03. Idioms With the Word ‘Have’
04. Phrasal Verbs With the Word ‘Have’
05. Proverbs/Sayings With the Word ‘Have’
06. Useful Expressions With the Word ‘Have’
07. English Word: ‘Have’ -- Useful Notes
08. Conjugation of the Verb ‘Have’
Have is an irregular verb. Its three forms are as follows:
First Form (Base Form) – HAVE/HAS
Second Form (Past Form) -- HAD
Third Form (Past Participle) -- HAD
Present Perfect of ‘Have’ – Had
Past Perfect of ‘Have’ -- Had
-ING Form of ‘Come’ -- Making
Infinitive of ‘Come’ -- To Have
MOST COMMON Meanings OF “HAVE” AS A MAIN VERB ARE AS FOLLOWS:
(Note: In some senses you can also use “have got”. Especially in British English, using “have got” is quite popular.)
(have sth) (or have got sth) (not used in the continuous tenses) to hold, own or possess sth
He has an old two-wheeler.
She does not have a college degree.
They do not have an ATM card.
(have sth) to experience sth
What to do when you have a bad day at work.
She had difficulty falling asleep and would wake up several times in the night.
My company has had a rapid economic recovery,
He has had no adverse impact of the medicines.
Our organization has had very healthy growth during the last year
She was helpful to her friend who has had a traumatic event.
Many children have had neglect and abuse.
He has had a truly remarkable year.
Some sectors have had major financial challenges in recent years.
The hill road had larger slips.
(have sth) (or have got sth) (not used in the continuous tenses) to have a thought or feeling in your mind
She has the notion that she can fulfill her dreams.
They have always had the belief that they can beat the big teams.
I have got an idea for the event.
She has got an idea of how it should work.
(have sth) (or have got sth) (not used in the continuous tenses) to show a particular feature or quality
Most of the things we eat have flavor in them.
He has a lot of confidence.
He had the audacity to reject my suggestion for a superficial reason.
(have sth) to eat, drink or smoke sth
I had a delicious meal in his home.
He had a cigarette during her stroll',
We all had breakfast together at 8 am.
We all had lunch and took a picture.
He had dinner with his family and then went to the office.