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    word classes

    please could you help me , i know this is really simple but, what word class does 'have' come under

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    Re: word classes

    a verb as in:

    I have (got) a dog.
    I had my friend run the errands.

    an auxiliary as in:

    I have watched the movie recently.
    We will have finished it by the time stipulated.

    a noun as in:

    the have (a rich and wealthy person)



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