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Has anybody seen Dave this afternoon?
I’ve been looking for you everywhere.
She hadn’t eaten anything for three days.
‘Has Jerry done his homework?’ ‘No, he hasn’t.’
‘Have you washed your hands?’ ‘Of course I have.’
We didn’t get a chance to talk to her, but I wish we had.
Young Benson’s done very well, hasn’t he?
So, you’ve decided to join the party, have you?
Dr Morel had dark piercing eyes.
The room had a balcony facing the sea.
I noticed that the old man hadn’t got any teeth.
Shackleton had all the qualities of a great leader.
Unfortunately, she hadn’t got enough common sense to call the doctor.
It was Jane who led the protest. I never knew she had it in her.
Do you think Ken’s got what it takes to be good doctor?
Let’s have a look at the damage.
I don’t know if I can persuade her, but at least I can have a try.
You’ll feel better when you’ve had a rest.
We had a meeting on Thursday afternoon.
We almost had an accident on the motorway.
Keith’s been having a lot of problems with his computer.
Bill is going into hospital to have a knee operation.
Did you have a good time at the party?
I’ve had a terrible day at the office.
While they were on holiday, they had their car broken into.
They’ve got two kids of their own.
She has a cousin living nearby.
I’ve got a friend who works at the BBC.
Gary knew he had some dangerous enemies.
I hear you’ve got a new boss.
Can I have another piece of that delicious cake?
Let me buy you a drink. What’ll you have?
Why don’t you stay and have lunch with us?
I’ll have the roast beef, please.
I had to leave early to collect the children from school.
If you want to use the fax machine, you’ll have to ask Shirley.
We’re having to be very careful not to upset our customers.
There will have to be an official investigation into the accident.
You don’t have to come if you don’t want to.
I’m glad we haven’t got to get up early tomorrow.
Mr Klein couldn’t stay – he had something to attend to.
I can’t stand here talking to you all day – I have work to do.
It’s clear that the country has the ability to produce nuclear weapons.
I’m afraid I don’t have the authority to approve the sale.
East Germans could not travel to the West unless they had special permission.
Everyone has a right to express their opinion.
Some of us never had the chance to go to university.
The Green Party now has nearly 50,000 members.
The museum has two large rooms devoted to natural history.
Have you got a double room for 23 June?
If you want the BBC Music Magazine, they have it at WH Smith’s.
Have you got room for another one in your car?
We’ve just about got time for a quick swim before breakfast.
I didn’t have time to cook anything.
We have friends staying with us at present.
I’m afraid the manager’s got someone with her at the moment.
I don’t want the children fooling around when I have guests.
I don’t have any doubt at all about the success of our policies.
Do you ever have a feeling that you’re being watched?
Has anyone got a better idea?
Hutton’s book had a major impact on public opinion in this country.
Any increase in the rate of inflation could have a serious effect on levels of unemployment.
His sad story almost had us in tears.
You had me worried for a moment – I thought you weren’t coming.
We need to have everyone sitting down at the same table.
The place is looking much better since they had it redecorated.
The Queen had her portrait painted by Pietro Annigoni.
I’ll have the porter bring your luggage up right away.
They’ve had snow up in Scotland.
The people of Northern Ireland have had enough of violence.
Last year the place was so full we had people sleeping on the floor.
Take lots of snacks or you’ll have the kids complaining.
Ralph had his back to the door, so he didn’t see me come in.
She’s got her hair tied up in a bun today.
He’d got the book open in front of him.
I’ve got a terrible headache.
James had malaria while he was working in West Africa.
The X-rays show that he has a broken ankle.
I had a letter from my bank manager yesterday.
We’ve not had any news from home.
You have a phone call – do you want to take it in your office?
The airline has had thousands of complaints about delays and cancelled flights.
Things have to get better – they can’t get any worse.
He’s just got to come, or I’ll die!
He can’t pay the rent because he hasn’t got a job.
Foley had a junior post in the Foreign Office.
I’ve got an appointment with the dentist tomorrow afternoon.
Geoffrey’s got lectures all day tomorrow.
I couldn’t get away – he had me by the arm.
We have a man who comes in and cuts the grass once a fortnight.
You’d better be careful.
We’d best not say anything to my parents.
Have a good weekend. See you on Monday.
I’ll have the house all to myself next week.
If the boss hears what you’ve been doing, you’ve had it.
When they scored that second goal, I knew we’d had it.
He says he’s had it with politics.
I’ve had it up to here with Kevin – he never stops complaining.
I have a duty to report anything suspicious to the police.
Employers have an obligation to provide safe working conditions.
Having spent over £100 on repairs, she wasn’t expecting any more problems.
Having been warned of the danger, I took extra precautions.
Rumour has it that her husband is not the father of the child.
I’m not having that kind of behaviour in my class.
We can’t have strangers wandering about the place.
This is the British English definition of have. View American English definition of have.