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    I have a car

    a)I have a car.
    b)He has a car.

    Now choose:
    -I don't have a car.
    -I haven't a car.

    -He doesn't have a car.
    -He hasn't a car.

    Thank you

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    Re: I have a car

    I like using "do" better:

    She doesn't have a car.
    We don't have a car.
    so on.

    Because have (to own something) is not an auxiliary verb.

    As far as I know Americans use the same form even in their daily conversations.


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