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I have a + noun basic English lesson

What will I learn from the English lesson I have a + noun

During this English lesson you will learn how to use the words I have mean and to use them with a noun. The last part of the lesson shows how to add 'cannot' and 'won't' before the word have to show you won't put up with something or not allow.

What do the words I have mean?

When you use the words 'I have' you are telling someone that you are in possession of something.

Examples of how to use the words I have with a noun in a sentence:

I have a dog.
I have a nice motorbike and a car.
I have a laptop.
I have a book.
I have a flat.
I have a bike
I have a football
I have a swimming pool.

There are two other words you will hear with the word have they are 'cannot' and 'won't'. When adding one of these you are expressing what you won't put up with or you will not allow.

Examples of using cannot and won't:

I cannot have your dog in my house.
I cannot have you to sleep over tonight.
I won't have anything to do with what you are doing.
I won't have you saying anything bad about my friend.

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