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Which one is correct? Could you explain to me ?
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Lucy does not have any locker.
Lucy is a 3rd-person singular subject.
Anonymous:Lucy does not have A locker.
Lucy does not have any lockerS.
You can't use 'any' before a singular.
Of course you can, Anon.
Is any person here a grammarian?
If you could have any friend in the world, would it be me?
Anonymous:What I'd like to understand better is why use 'has' in a postive sentence and 'have' in a negative sentence. For example:
She has red hair, she does not have black hair.
The woman has black hair, she does not have red hair.
The man has a brown moustache, he does not have a beard.
The girl has curly hair, she does not have straight hair.
The boy does not have long hair, he has
You use the form of the verb "do" that is correct for the person, number, and tense. She does, we did, I do, etc. Then you use the main form of the main verb - the infinitive, without the "to."
To swim: She swims, she does not swim.
To go: We went, we did not go
To see: I see, I do not see.
[EDITED by khoff to correct a confusing typo.)
Have you learned yet how to make a Present Tense sentence that is negative?
For example, can you make this example negative?
Mary cooks dinner.
Best wishes. Clive
Anonymous:Lucky does not have
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