The use and meaning of the verb to have depends on the noun that follows it.
We use to have in most common expressions like:
- Have + a dream, a drink, a meal, a rest, a shower, breakfast, coffee, dinner, lunch, tea…;
- Have + a bad day, a bad time, a good day, a good time, a good journey, a nice day…;
- Have + a conversation, a fight…;
- Have + a look, a try…
- I have a shower every morning.
I don’t have a shower every morning.
- Have a good journey!
Don’t have a good journey!
- The two brothers have a fight.
The two brothers didn’t have a fight.
- She had a look at the book.
She didn’t have a look at the book.