Learning British UK Accent (RP): Have and Be - Two Key Verbs

Have and Be - Two Key Verbs

Accent Reduction - Accent Neutralization

The verbs to have and to be are two of the most important verbs in English. They are used as principal verbs, auxiliary verbs for a variety of tenses, modal uses and more.  Here are some examples:

She is a teacher. - They were built in Finland. - We've been working since three o'clock.
She has to handle customer service. - Tim has got an appointment at four. - Mary has lived here since 1997.

These guides to the verb to have and to be discuss each use of these two key verbs in English in detail with numerous examples.

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