Phrasal Verb HAVE
The phrasal verb have is listed below with some definitions and examples. Look
over the list and then do the exercise that follows checking your answer below.
HAVE AGAINST = dislike; hold a grudge for a specific reason
What do you have against left handed people?
HAVE AROUND = entertain people at home
Mom, is it ok if I have around a few friends after school?
HAVE DOWN AS = have particular view of someone or something
She's a Democrat? Really? I had her down as a Republican.
HAVE IN = A. have a supply of something B. entertain people at home
A. Do you have in stock the new supply of plywood?
B. We had in the Russell's last night for dinner.
HAVE IT IN FOR = dislike; have or hold a grudge against someone
Why do you have it in for them? what did they do to you?
HAVE IT OUT WITH = discuss or argue something in an attempt to improve a situation
Last night I had it out with my neighbor for playing his music so loud.
HAVE OFF = time off work
I usually have off Mondays and Sundays.
HAVE ON = A. wear B. electronic device switched on C. tease, deceive
A. What did she have on last night?
B. You need to have it on if you want it to work.
C. Don't believe her. She's just having you on.
HAVE OVER = receive a guest at home
You're not allowed to have over friends until you clean up your room.
HAVE ROUND = entertain at home
Let's have round the in laws this weekend, shall we?
HAVE UP ON CHARGES = accuse someone of breaking a law
The judge had the youth up on charges for fire bombing the police station.
Phrasal Verb HAVE exercise
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