Have is also a very common verb, it can be used as a main verb in all tenses and an auxiliary.
Have can mean many different things including:
- To possess/own e.g. I have a red car.
- To describe appearance e.g. He has a big nose.
- To describe ability e.g. He has an eye for fashion.
- To experience e.g. We had a great time.
- Obligation e.g. You have to go now.
- To replace the verbs ‘eat’ and ‘drink’ e.g. Let’s have dinner at 8.
Let’s see how ‘have’ can be used as an auxiliary.