Have A In A Sentence

How To Use Have A In A Sentence?

  • And both have a way about them.
  • It is because they have a head.
  • I have a message for you.
  • Come and have a drink with me.
  • He had to have a nurse.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Have A | Have A Sentence

  • But you do have a point.
  • Now she was to have a child.
  • I have a message for him.
  • I have a message for her.
  • They have a horror of it.
  • But what do they have a door here for?
  • I have a word for you!
  • They have a fellowship here.
  • And who with him will have a home?
  • But he had to have a name.
  • You can have a seat now.
  • I have a family here.
  • Here we have a contrast.
  • Come below and have a cocktail.
  • Come on out and have a tramp.
  • Let me have a chance at them!
  • Perhaps you have a stable?
  • I have a copy of it here.
  • Go and have a talk with him.
  • Will you have a cigar?
  • You have a right to do it!
  • I have a horror of myself.
  • Do you have a library here?
  • We were each to have a stall.
  • Eyes have a language of their own.
  • Come and have a look at it.
  • You have a duty to yourself.
  • Come over and have a cocktail?
  • Come and have a turn.
  • We have a school there.
  • Either you have a soul or you have not.
  • But you have a right.
  • I have a surprise for you.
  • Come and have a cigar.
  • You have a brother in it.

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