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    have my concepts clear

    I have doubts as to what sort of questions these are. Above all are these sentences correct in the first place?

    I have my concepts clear.
    I have your number saved on my phone.
    I have my hair cut done.

    Kindly help

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    Re: have my concepts clear

    They are not questions at all. They are simple sentences.

    Omit 'done'.

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    Re: have my concepts clear

    oops sorry! Yes, these are sentences. I wanted to know are all of them grammatically correct? As per Rover_KE suggestion's even if I omit 'done'

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    Re: have my concepts clear

    Yes they are OK. You could say "I have had my hair cut".

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    Re: have my concepts clear

    You can say things like "I had a really good haircut done at the new hairdresser's in town". It means the same as "I got a really good haircut ..."
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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