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    use of "have"

    Hi,

    Is the following statement right and why ?

    What did you have for dinner


    Thanks,
    Sam

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    Re: use of "have"

    What did you have for dinner?

    The sentence is perfectly correct. In this sentence 'have' is the main verb.
    Do you have some more examples you want to discuss?

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