A1 Have

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Let’s learn how to use ‘have’ to talk about possession. You can also use ‘have’ to talk about being ill and about eating and drinking.

Learn the grammar to be successful in the Cambridge Assessment English A1 Movers test.

Instructions

  1. Watch the video about articles.
  2. Complete exercise 1.
  3. Complete exercise 2.
  4. Look at our examples.

A1 Have

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Watch the video about how to have.

Have & Has | Basic English

Using have for possession
I have a house in Madrid.
He has blue eyes.
Do have time to finish your homework?

Other uses of have
You can also use have

  • to talk about being ill: I have a headache.
  • to talk about eating and drinking: He has a burger for lunch every day.
  • in the present continuous: She’s having a shower.
  • other expressions: I have a problem.

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