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The verb 'to have' - avoir

The verb 'avoir' is another important verb and of course it too is irregular:

J'ai trois frères. (I have three brothers.)
Tu as une belle maison. (You have a beautiful home.)
Il a un chien méchant. (He has a vicious dog.)
Elle a beaucoup d'argent. ( She has a lot of money.)
Nous avons un très grand jardin. (We have a big garden.)
Vous avez de bonnes idées. (You have some good ideas.)
Ils ont deux enfants. (They have two children.)
Elles ont les mêmes chaussures. (They have the same shoes.)

Je n'ai pas de frères.  (I don't have any brothers.)
Tu n'as pas assez de temps.
(You don't have enough time.)
Il n'a pas de valise. (He doesn't have a suitcase.)
Elle n'a pas de voiture.  (She doesn't have a car.)
Nous n'avons pas d'animaux. (We don't have any animals.)
Vous n'avez pas de devoirs ce soir. (You don't have any homework this evening.)
Ils n'ont pas d'argent.  (They don't have any money.)
Elles n'ont pas de diplômes.  (They don't have any qualifications.)

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