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To have: Common Expressions

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The verb to have appears in some common expressions in informal communication.

The use and meaning of the verb to have depends on the noun that follows it: have breakfast, have a good day, have a conversation, have a look

When we use to have in its affirmative form, we start with the subject followed by have and an object. In the third person singular, we use has.

When we use to have in its negative form, we start with the subject followed by do not have and an object. In the third person singular, we use does not have.

For example:
— Affirmative: “Have a rest.” / Have got a rest.” = We don’t use have got in these expressions.
— Negative: “Don’t have a rest now.” / Have not a rest now.” = In negative form we cannot use have not.

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