Using English vocabulary
Different Using of Have
A - Things which come with have:
1 lunch, dinner, breakfast, a meal, something to eat
2 a party, a meeting, a competition, a game, (of football/chess/cards)
3 a lesson, an exam, homework, an appointment (with the dentist)
4 .tea/coffee, a drink, a sandwich, an ice-cream, some cheese
5 a shower, a bath, a swim, a sauna
B – Expressions with have:
Is that your camera? Can I have a look? i. (= look at it)
Is that your bicycle? Can I have a go? (= ride it)
Goodbye! Have a good journey! (= somebody is going away)
Do you have a moment? (= have some time) Can I have a word with you? (= speak to you)
We always have a good time in our English lessons (= fun; we enjoy them)
I'm going to have my hair cut. See you later. Can you meet me at the hairdresser's?
I want to learn to ski but I don't have the time
C - Have + got (speaking/informal) = have (writing/formal)
I've got three sisters, Have you got any brothers and sisters?
My house is big. It's got five bedrooms and three bathrooms.
We've got ten minutes before the train goes.
Have you got a pen?
(In a shop) A: Do you sell postcards? B: Yes, but we haven't got any at the moment.
I've got a problem. Can I have a word with you?
I've got a cold / a headache.
D - Have to
We use have to when the situation means you must do something.
The museum's not free. You have to pay $10 to go in.
All students have to do the exam.
I haven't got a car, so I have to walk to school every day