We can use have in several different ways.
a. auxiliary verb
- Have you heard about Peter and Corinne?
b. to talk about possession, relationships, and other states:
- I’ve got a new car.
Have you got any brothers or sisters?
Do you often have headaches?
c. to talk about actions:
- I’m going to have a bath.
We’re having a party next weekend.
d. to talk about obligation (like musty.
- I had to work last Saturday.
e. to talk about causing things to happen:
- He soon had everybody laughing.
I must have my shoes repaired.
The grammar is not the same for all of these different meanings of have. For details, see the next five sections.