2.4.3 Grammar Spot - Must

THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE. CONTENT COMING SOON.

Verb To have
Positive
I have/ I've (a car)
You have/ You've (a car)
He/ She/ It has (a car)
We have/ We've (a car)
You have/ You've (a car)
They have / They've (a car)
 
NB! In negative sentences and/or questions, you need the auxiliar "do" (except from when you use the verb "to be").
 
Negative
I do not have/ I don't have (a car)
You do not have/ You don't have (a car)
He/ She/ It does not have / He/ She/ It doesn't have (a car)
We do not have/ We don't have (a car)
You do not have/ You don't have (a car)
They do not have/ They don't have ( a car) 
 
Subject - auxiliar - not - verb in infinitive form without "to".
 
Question
Do I have (a car)?
Do you have (a car)?
Does he/ she/ it have (a car)?
Do we have (a car)?
Do you have (a car)?
Do they have (a car)?
 
Auxiliar - subject - verb in infinitive form without "to".
 
Negative Question
Do not/ Don't I have (a car)?
Do not/ Don't you have (a car)?
Does not/ Doesn't he/ she/ it have (a car)?
Do not/ Don't we have (a car)?
Do not/ Don't you have (a car)?
Do not/ Don't they have (a car)?

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