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    STUDENT QUESTION ABOUT DO+HAVE

    hi everybody!!! I have been study english seriosly by myself but it's my fourth languages , and i couldn't find a clue to remember me how to uses toghether very well DO + HAVE.... can you helpme!!

    my mother tonge is spanish but 'im speak italian and french too

    thanks's

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    Re: STUDENT QUESTION ABOUT DO+HAVE

    Quote Originally Posted by bogotana View Post
    Hi everybody!!! I have been studying english seriously by myself but it's my fourth language , and I couldn't find don't have a clue how to remember me how to uses use toghether very well DO + HAVE very well. Can you help me?!!

    My mother tongue is Spanish but 'im I speak Italian and French too

    Thanks's
    Firstly, congratulations on learning a fourth language!!! Most people have enough trouble with their mother tongue.

    As far as your question goes, I think it would help if you posted some specific examples of where you cannot work out when to use "do" and when to use "have". There are so many uses for both words, that it's difficult to know where to start.

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