to havein positive, negative, and question forms. The verb
to haveis very important because it is used on its own and as a helping verb. If you’re a beginner, learn to use this important verb correctly from the start! If you’re more advanced, review the conjugation of “to have” to make sure you know this verb perfectly. Next, take the quiz and make sure you don’t have any mistakes!
Hello Rebecca , Hello everybody .
I often use “have” alone in negative and interrogative sentences .
Like ” have you anything for me ? ” or ” I haven’t anything for you ”
These are not well constructed but do these constructions can be heard from native in everyday speaking .
Hello , I´m sure that you can´t use “have” in the way you are using , because you need the auxiliary do.
Just a couple of question about the quiz Rebecca:
The question “Do you have the time?”, is it American or British English?
Could you please tell me how Canadians usually ask for the time?
Excellent video on the Verb To have. Your sunny personality made the lesson more engaging.
Yes, Regino, the expression is used in the States and Canada. Not 100% sure about England.
To be very clear, one could always ask:
Do you know what time it is?
Do you know what the time is?
These questions would be acceptable anywhere in the world. All the best!
Although technically correct, “have you” expressions by themselves are uncommon.
Normally, in American English, we would ask:
“Do you have anything for me?” In British English, it is common to hear, ” Have you got anything for me?” Hope this helps!
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I got 10/10 ☺. Rebecca ,you are such an excellent teacher. And i want to thank for this useful lesson.❤
thanks so much
Wow i can believe it i got A
You must be getting better and better! Congratulations, Pedro29.
Thanks so much
Nice Video I got 90 out of 100
Very good, thank you indeed
Thank You very much
i like your teaching rebecca thank you
Question test number 8, the answer is “Does your brother have a car”. why we use “does” not “do”?
do I, do you, do we and do they
does he, does she, does it
These are the correct forms. All the best!
Thanks Rebecca for this lesson, it’s easy..I got 10/10. I’m very happy..:)
A helpful reminder lesson.
Yes, it’s always good to strengthen the basics. Take care, Peter!
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It´s always a pleasure to learn with you ;)
Thanks Rebecca for this lesson. I am really enjoying and learning too.
THANKS REBECCA!!! THIS LESSON HELPED ME A LOT!!! I GOT 10/10!!!! SALUDOS DESDE VENEZUELA!!
So glad to hear it, Felipe2016. I wish you all the best, my friend.
Hi, Rebecca, I liked your class and I understand well. But, could you explain when to use “have no”? Thanks!
I have no time.
I don’t have any time.
She has no energy
She doesn’t have any energy.
All the best!
I really like the way you teach Rebecca. It’s easy to understand your explanations and the advice you give at the end to keep practicing is very helpful.
Thanks, Mateo. So glad you find the lessons helpful. Yes, it is through our mistakes that we grow. All the best to you.
Nice test. thank’s so much teacher :)
Thanks I got 8/10 ??
Thank you rebecca it’s important lesson I got 10/10
10 OUT OF 10
Incredible Felling Thank you Rebecca
Yes, you’re right! It’s always a great feeling when we raise our own standards successfully. All the best to you.
I’m very happy thanks I got 10/10 :)
I’ve known this matter but for a person who is trying to learn English as a second language, is always good to remember them and sometimes I can’t applied it. So thank you and have a nice week.
Exactly, Ramiro. We used this verb so often in so many different expressions and tenses that it’s important to get it right! All the best to you.
Thanks so much
I passed 8/10
Dear Ms. Rebecca,
In this video, You have a charming new look. Actually. you always have not only a new look but also new knowledge, experience, and essence.
no matter how much I say I can’t thank you enough.
Thank you very much for your kind words. You express yourself so well in English! I am glad to know the lessons are helping you. I wish you all the best.
Thank you Rebecca,
I though I know everthing about to have, but still I have learnt something
Great! Glad to hear it, Peter. And “have” is such a common and important verb, isn’t it? All the best to you.
Dear respected teacher; I am considerably grateful for your great fruitful efforts which added a lot to me. I am hopefully seeking your help and I have many questions,namely:
1-I need your help to have a clear insight about confusing words such as company ,corporation, business, firm, establishment,authority, organization,assembly and association. please help to know when and where to use them effectively;
2-How many spaces should I leave to start a paragraph?
3-May I know when we say important to and important for? Is there any criterion or there is no difference?
4-Is there any rule that governs the pronunciation of the character ((A)),as sometimes it is pronounced as AA while other times it is pronounced as ey Million thanks in advance.
Thank you kindly for your comments. Unfortunately, I cannot answer your questions in this forum as they are all detailed points that require a lot of explanation. I can only tell you that if you are asking such questions, you have reached quite a high level of English. Congratulations, and all the best to you.
I am interested by your questions about confusing words. I use wordreference.com and linguee. Perhaps these dictionaries can help you. I don’t know what Rebecca thinks about these links on the web.
It’s a pleasure to read your good english.
Best regards. Marie-Claude
thank you kindly for your kind words. I appreciate so much your comment which embedding your valuable suggestion. Best wishes for you.
I got 90 out of 100
I got 07/10 :(
Eu acertei 07/10 :(
Thank you so much.
Loud and clear.. I get it, Teacher. You make it so easy. Thank you so much, for be there.
Hi , Rebeca you is a big teacher, easy explanation wonderful. Escuse me my english.
Thanks, Edvaldo. All the best to you.
it’s relly helpfull website to improve youe english
“So” at the end of the sentence
I got 10/10, thank you Rebecca ;)
Thank you Rebecca!
It was a basic but very useful lesson. Thanks a lot Rebecca
Thank you, too, Danilo. Yes, the basics allow us to build a strong foundation for English success. All the best to you.
khanks a lat
Thanks a lot Rebecca~
Rebecca.This lesson help me to more understanding about how to use Have/Has .Thank you so much.
I’m very happy to hear that. Thanks, and all the best to you.
I have a pen, I have an apple.. ghhhh.. apple pen.
I have a pan, I have pineapple .. ghhh.. pinapple pen.
Apple pen, pineapple pen… ghhh .. Pen Pineapple Apple Pen
Cute! Now, tell me, which crazy teacher did this to you, my friend? All the best!
No one, sorry, it’s the popular song from japan singer, or comic, doesn’t matter) You may google it.
P.S.: Thank you for your lessons. I’m feel that I’m getting better in my English after each lesson.
That’s really cute! Thanks for sharing the source. I will check out the song. There are many very popular Japanese songs with very catchy lyrics. Take care and keep singing and having fun, my friend. The best way to learn – with joy!
Thank you Rebecca!
Really nice .Rebecca because of u I hope to learn full grammar and high vocabulary definitely
Good for you, Prakash471. I admire your determination and I am sure you will do it. All power to you, my friend, and may you achieve your goals! Best wishes.
thank you Rebecca
Actually i was worried that my english was not good.
Now i am hopefull becouse i have got the adress of engvid.Thanks for todays lessoes.
Thanks. That was a very kind comment, Shanawaz. I am so glad our lessons are helping you. Every step forward can make such a difference, especially in mastering a language. All the best to you.
Thank you very much for this great explanation about the verb “have”. You are an excellent teacher, Rebecca. HAVE a wonderful day!
Thanks! You too, Julio!
Thank you alot for your helpful video.
THANKS A LOT TEACHER
Brilliant lessons. Much appreciate it.
Could you pls explain the difference between “in regards with…” and “In terms of…”?
Especially I’d like to know when and how to use “in terms of…”.
Thanks in advance
First of all, it is incorrect to say. “in regards with” or “in regards to”. However, you can say,
“Please give my regards to your family.”
You can use the expression correctly as follows:
In regard to your question,…
Regarding your question,…
In terms of grammar,…
The expressions are very close in meaning, when used correctly. All the best.
It useful as ever.Thanks Rebecca.
It is a little bit simple, but so useful. Thanks!
Hello Rebecca, Thanks for this lesson, I got 10/10.
Really, great! I just don’t understand, why we need use does or do with the have for being in the negative form.
Because we need to use a helping verb with the base verb and do is the helping verb we need to use. That’s just how it is! I know it is a bit irritating, but it’s best to repeat it out loud to yourself a few times till it starts to sound natural and necessary. Clearly, all languages do not behave this way, which is why you feel uncomfortable with it. But English does use a lot of helping or auxiliary verbs in this way for various purposes, so it’s best to get used to it. Hope that helps, Lanna147. All the best to you.
very good this video. thanks
thanks i got 10/10
Thank Rebecca you are a great teacher and i like you very much because i understand this lesson easily and got 10/10.
Thanks so much, Lkyzai and congratulations! I am so happy that you find the lessons helpful. It means a lot to us at EngVid to get such feedback. All the best to you, my friend.
Why the 8 question is with “does” and no with “do”? ( I think is with “do” because we talk about “YOU” brother, no??
The subject in that example is “brother” and not “you” or “your”. It’s the same as:
Does he have an umbrella?
Hope that helps! All the best to you.
thanks so much
thank so much my tacher i got 10
Glad to know you all found the lesson useful, whether to learn it right the first time or as review. Many students at all levels continue to make mistakes with this very common verb, so make sure you don’t! Have fun! Have a good day! Have a great time!
Thank you so much my great teacher, I am not only praising you,but also describing your truth as a wonderful generous tutor.
Your words are fueling for me and thanks from the deepest point in my heart.
Thank you for your very generous comments. It means a lot to know that we are able to help students from around the world to master the English language. I can see that you are one who speaks from your mind and also your heart – I am sure, in all languages. My best wishes to you, manaltalab.
Good evening, Rebecca! Thanks for this reviewing lesson!
“Do you have any comments about this lesson?”, someone could ask.
Yes, I have reinforcements with this kind of lesson, even more considering the Rebecca’s direct teaching method and sympathy, and I don’t have any criticism about this video.
Yes, Fabio, you got it! Having taught thousands of students of ll levels for over 30 years, I can say that it never hurts to review the basics. Sometimes that’s where the troubles lie. So when we review and remind ourselves, we strengthen our knowledge and become fluent automatically, which is our goal – for the right words to pop out of our mouths the first time! I wish you all the best, Fabio.
of all levels, I meant
You are very welcome.
I wish you all the best too, Rebecca.
Thank you Rebecca.. It always good idea reviewing lessons even whether you are in advance level.
Thank you so much.
Thank you Rebecca … Your lesson was very useful …
Thanks. Glad to know you enjoyed the lesson, alexalmeida. All the best to you, my friend.
Thank you so match
Thanks a lot Rebecca.
thanks a lot Rebecca it is a very useful lesson
I got 10 out of 10
love this one!tq very much..:D
I got 100 of 10 thank you so much for lesson
Thank you so much
i got 10 correct out of 10.Thank you so much teacher for lesson
Thank you for the lesson. Your are rather didactic and clear as usual. My classmates and I have a lot of things to learn here, and Engvid has a lot of things to teach us… And I think it is wonderful!
See you in your next lesson!
Thank you for your kind words, Eduardo. It means a lot to us all to know that our viewers find the lessons helpful in their mission to master English. Clearly, you have already reached an advanced level – congratulations! I wish you all the best in your career, your English, and your life.
Thank you so much relay i learn something from this video.before i was lesson many English learning video by you tube but i think this very effected for me learning English .
Good, so glad to know the lesson helped you. Please watch the video as many times as you need to – until you feel it is very easy to say the right words. All the best to you.
Thank you so much for lesson. ^^~
oh thank you very much that is was a good lesson @Rbrcca
thank a lot
why “does your brother has a car?” is incorrect?
i see the correct was use “have”, not “has”..
thank you for the explain
When we ask a question, we go back to the base form of the verb, which is “have”. We only use “has” in the positive, or affirmative sentence:
He doesn’t have
Does he have
These are the correct forms. Hope that helps!
I think does is a model auxiliary verb and with model auxiliary verb we always use the base form of the verb, just with model auxiliary not with auxiliary such as I has done his home work, Am I right Rebecca?
I need more practice, but a like your lessons Rebeca! Thank you!!!
Practicing is the best way to master these basic verb forms. Then, one day, suddenly only the right words come out of your mouth! I wish you many such successful days for yourself an also for your students. It is always a special pleasure to hear from a fellow English teacher. All the best to you and all your students from all of us here at EngVid. Please check our Resource section – you may find useful information there to download free for your classes.
Thank you, I got 10/10
one more nice from you dear Rebecca…i enjoyed with your lesson
with nice and easy be top 10.
9/10. I’m careful
I got 10/10. This is perfect
Nice lessson! Thank you:)
As you mentioned that more students make mistakes in present tense while they use to have, but you solved their problems if they watch this video they will understand the correct usage of to have.
Thanks for your feedback. Are you able to share our lessons with your students in class? Many language classes and schools are doing so. All the best to you.
Very good, thank you, I’m so glad with result:)
my new teacher is rebecca.. thank you for this lesson.. :)
My new student is Emek2run! Thanks for your kind feedback. I like cats too! All the best to you.
Good lesson. However, I’m wondering how a beginner student would understand the whole introduction which is in advanced English. Might it be more “beginner-oriented” if it included more flashcards and less advanced language?
I have improving my knowledge about using have & has
thanks a lot
thank you so much dear great teacher this is my first lesson. IT is very useful for me. you really great teacher.
Thank you very much for your kind words. Welcome to engvid, Muhammad Saad Hussain, and all the best to you.
thank you very much. I have good knowledge from “Have & has” lesson.
thanks for all
This lesson is very helpful to me.
thanks a lot for the lessson
Is’t possible to use have not (haven’t) instead of do not have (don’t have)?
Thank for your answer.
In American English, “don’t have” is used. In British English, “haven’t” is also used. All the best to you.
Yuhooo! I got 10/10. Very nice video, thank you!
Yes, I heard more than once people saying( Have you ever heard with present prefect?) what the difference between simple present and present perfect? Thanks for your help!
Yes, It was very nice lesson.
thanks a lot :)
sorry,but I have a mistike ; Does + your, I think, Do you.
Does his, Does her, Does its.
do I, do you, do they, do we, does he, does she, does it
These are the correct forms. All the best to you, Michael.
Hi, Dear Rebecca. Nice to meet you.
yes, but in this case, (Does your)is correct form,
because the sistem, mark bad. oy I do not know. :C
6. ____________________ a car?
Do your brother have
Does your brother has
x Do your brother has
ok Does your brother have
your brother is he in this case Michale2-3
Thank you Worawitoo, Nice to meet you,yes, I can see my mistake. Now
Hello Rebecca!! Thanks!! =D I wanted to download some resources but they are not downloadable, they don’t have the option to do it. The topics are: “FORMAL & INFORMAL ENGLISH”, “ACADEMIC WORD LIST”, “VOCABULARY HACK – ENGLISH VERBS ENDING WITH ‘EN'”, and “100+ BASIC BUSINESS QUESTIONS & ANSWERS”. Maybe there is something you can do or please tell me what I have to do in order to print them!! They’re very useful!! thanks again!!
Got 10 out of 10.
Thank you, teacher.
THANK YOU MS\Rebecca ..you have smart way to send an infomation
i’v got 10 out of 10, you are best MS\Rebecca , thak you soo much..
thank you soo much….
Yes 10/10.this is the first i got the perfect score. Thanks to you teacher Rebecca!!!
I did it…tnx…
Thanks Rebecca ???
That’s it. 10/10 good result.
Thank you so much for teaching me for this lesson, I have confuse about has and have before and now I know about it.
Thank you so much, Ma’am Rebecca.
Could you explain to me, the difference between: ” Mom and I have dinner at 7:00 ” and ” Mom and me have dinner at 7:00”.
you have a beautiful smile.i like your lesson very well teacher;
thank you a lot .
Teacher Rebecca. How are you, thank you so much.
i got 10 :))))))
Thanks Ma’am I am from India and your teaching style very well . May I learn speaking english if I do al your videos uploaded on yt.
What I have to do in order to repeat the quiz?
it’s true that most students make a lot of mistakes and i’m one of them. bofore doing the quiz i was sure that i won make any mistakes but it happened.
thanks for the lesson Rebecca it very useful for me
Thank you for this lesson Rebecca, I’ve got 10/10. I appreciate your effort.
I have a big problem when it comes on using “have” now I fully understand when and how to use them. Thank you so much. I’m looking forward on learning more from you guys. By the way I got 10/10. Thanks to you. I will be practicing it on my own.
Thank you so much, You are a good teacher
Thank you so much Rebecca. I have been following your teaching for the last one month. You are a great teacher. You make it easier for beginners like me to understand your lessons.
thank you very much ,i found your english very clear and easy
it’s relly helpfull website to improve our english
good i really like your explaining
thanks for this lesson Rebecca ^^
thanks a lot
i love your courses
Great lesson! Thanks a lot Rebecca!!!
10/10 THANK YOU, GREAT LESSON
Fill in the blank
Mom and John………………a beautiful house.
I‘m the first time to write in English.thank you for this lesson.
Thank you, Rebecca. I had a 100%.
thank you for the videos, these gives me another knowledge wherein I would be able to use it in the future. Im a sophomore taking Education major in English
thank you for the videos, these gives me another knowledge wherein I would be avble to use it in the future. Im a future English educator in the Philippines or somewhere that I can share my knowledge
thank you so much. appreciated.
Thanks Rebecca :)
Good Morning, Rebecca
Grateful for the lesson =]
One question: when we say: “I have no time” it is informal phrase?
I wish you a good day.
*One question: when do we say: “I have no time” it is informal phrase?
Not bad because I got 9 of 10.
Hello Rebecca,I’m new here.I don’t have any idea about English and i have a lot fear about it.But i want to learn.Please Help me.
hello, can anybody help me to find someone i can talk with them to improve my language ?
It is so informative… thank you so much
Ha Ha!i got 8 of 10.
thank you! i got 100 right now.
Thanks, you look a very good teacher and it’s a very good course.
I got 10/10! Thanks Rebecca! Your lesson is great!!
Ms Rebeca, greatfull, excellent teacher.Thankyou. with you, I feel, I’m learning,
I’m happy to be here and see you.
Your lesson is very helpful for me.
I’ve studied English for 4 years but I can’t speak it yet.
Anyway,I got 10 correct out of 10 today.
I’m so proud of myself.
I made it because of you. Thank you!
Not bad scored 9/10. Thanks Rebecca
Rebeca, hello. I have something to add.
You told that we build a negative question like: “I don’t have a car. Or: She doesn’t have a pen. May I ask you a question? If we use structures like this, is it possible to say like: I have no car. She has no pen. ?
10/10 That’s a simple basic grammar)
it was very easy
Gee!Your good Rebecca!
Thank you Rebecca) I really appreciate your classes
Hi dear teacher Rebecca,
I have been watching your videos from past few weeks, I am still not able to find out all three tenses videos since I want to stray with past, present and then future.please help me with that.
I’m confused the quiz cuestión number 6. May you explain to me please
Thank you .
Very Informative Lesson.. I learned a lot From This Class.. Really Appreciate Your Efforts That you give us .. Thank You,,
I got 9 of 10. Good quiz.
good I get 10 of 10
You got 10 correct out of 10.
thanks a lot..
I have understood
I have enough time to watch Engvid lessons. She has a new jewelry.
I don’t have enough time to scroll down and read any comments. She doesn’t have valid reasons to be absent.
Do you have time to watch Engvid videos? Does she enjoying lessons in Engvid?
I do enjoy watching Engvid lessons everyday.
I constructed examples here but I don’t know if it’s grammatically correct.
Your way of teaching is very easy thx alot
thanks a lot Rebecca i love you from algeria
As I said couple lesson ago If you want to be at the highest step of the English language ladder you have to step on the first grade of it and then make one more. We have to bare in mind that we should do one step at time and then make one more and more this is continuous improvement.
Best form Poland
Thats good.I get it
Thanks so much
Thanks Rebecca :)
Hello Rebecca, I’m confused
___________________ a car?
Do your brother have?
Does your brother have?
Do your brother has?
Brother is replaced with He. It means rules of has would be applied. The answer should be Do your brother has a car.
Please explain what is right?
Does your brother have
Same confused, Teacher Rebecca we need your help pls explain that and also about the question “This laptop doesn’t…..”
Number 6 and number 9 are confusing. Thanks. Hoping for your response?.
What’s the difference between have and have got?
Rebecca, thank you!
I get 9/10 realy I m so happy to fixe my english with you like teacher Rebecca
Thank you Rebecca!
Thank you, teacher Rebecca for a simple and clear explanation about this topic. I got 9 out 10 on your quiz. Simple topics but very useful. Looking forward to more topics.
10 out of 10.
Thank soooooooooooo much, Rebecca
can you explain me about differen between have to used in present tense and present perfect tense?
Thank you, right now I’ am gaining confidence. You’re an effective teacher. God bless.
I have 10 out of 10. Thanks Rebecca!!
Thank You very much
I got 10 correct out of 10. uhul, thank a lot teacher. hug and kiss for you.
I got 9outof 10 Thanks for your explanation.
Hi teacher, thanks a lot. I love your classes.
Thank u teacher for you effort ??????
That explanation sounds good! Initially this lesson seems simple but it’s not, because of the structures with differents subjects. Thanks you ma’am!
Thank you so much, Ms. Rebecca!
Hello dear teacher!
I have been watching your videos from past few months and I am improving day by day, Thanks a lot, I got 10 correct out of 10.
I watched this video twice on August 30, 2021, and took the quiz after watching it. I got ten out of 10.
thanks for lesson. I have to study a lot if I want learn english. Do you have an idea for that? I have thinked when I write and listen I really understand. But when I try to thing and speak in english is dificult for me find the correct words.
9/10 ^^ Immediately after I did the last exercise
I knew I had made a mistake.
I’ll pay more attention next time.
Thank you so much
Thank you Maam Rebecca. I got 9 out of 10 items.
Am enjoying your lessons teacher Rabbeca.
I scored 10/10 .Hatrick completed
Hi Teacher Rebecca! thanks for the effort for this quiz u made. Anyway, I need your help please do some explanation about the number 6 and number 9 cause I got wrong in it. And feeling confused hope your response thanks??.
HELLO DEAR TEACHER.THANK YOU SO MUCH
Thank you so much
I got 10/10.
Thank you! :)
Thank you very much Rebecca for the good lesson! I understood it easily. Your way of teaching is amazing!
Thank you so much Mam
thank you so much, it is good lesson. I got 10/10
Thanks so much for thise excellent leason.
I dont have a car bus i have a jobb.
I wish all the best.