Have Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Have V1 V2 V3

Have Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Have V1 V2 V3



  • Possess, own, or hold.Possess or be provided with (a quality, characteristic, or feature)Provide or indulge oneself with (something)Be made up of; comprise.Used to indicate a particular relationship.Be able to make use of (something available or at one’s disposal)Have gained (a qualification)Possess as an intellectual attainment; know (a language or subject)(transitive verb)
  • Experience; undergo.(transitive verb)
  • Be obliged or find it necessary to do the specified thing.(transitive verb)
Verb(V1)Past Tense(V2)Past Participle(V3)
Verb – es(Ves)Verb – ing(Ving)

possess, own, be in possession of, be the owner of, be the possessor of, be the proud possessor of, have in one’s possession, have to one’s name, count among one’s possessions, be blessed with, boast, enjoy, experience, encounter, undergo, face, meet, find, go through, run into, come across, be subjected to, have experience of, be faced with, must, have got to, be obliged to, be required to, be compelled to, be forced to, be bound to, be duty-bound to, be under an obligation to, perform, execute, effect, discharge, carry out, accomplish, fulfil, complete, conduct, implement, do, make, have, manifest, show, display, exhibit, demonstrate, express, evince, receive, get, be given, be sent, obtain, acquire, procure, come by, take receipt of,

Example Sentences with have
  • Although my family have a lot of money, they’re still not happy.
  • Although they have a lot of money, they’re still not happy.
  • They have been watching the Lord of the Kings.
  • My computer is broken but I don’t have money to fix it.
  • They haven’t been studying their books for six days.
  • I would like to have dinner.
  • I would rather have coffee than tea.
  • haven’t seen Alex since high school.
  • haven’t been on holiday since last year.
  • haven’t been riding since I was 15 years old.
  • If you drink alcohol so much, you have a sickness.
  • You have certain privileges and therefore corresponding responsibilities.
  • You should have listened to the teacher.
  • I’m afraid she may have the mumps.
  • have to set a good example.
  • I could have run away from my mother, as I wanted to.
  • Hence I have no mercy or compassion in me for a society that will crush people, and then penalize them for not being able to stand up under the weight.
  • have to use Spanish all day at work.
  • These fragments I have shored against my ruins.
  • You have not been writing.
  • haven’t read “War and Peace” either.
  • haven’t forgotten our first date.
  • You have to drive slower than 110 km/h on highways.
  • What have you to say for yourself?
  • You have to wear uniform in class.
  • You have to go to school.
  • You have to write down every letter you learn.
  • You have to study hard and learn every letter carefully.
  • I shouldn’t have stayed away so long.
  • haven’t seen Samuel in over a week.
  • haven’t had a vacation in years.
  • You’ll have a hard time.
  • Do you have a girlfriend?