Does he Have/has

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Which is correct to say? "Does he has" or "Does he have"?
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Does he have?
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he has is correct
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HI,

Here are a couple of typical conversations.

Q - Does he have a car?

A - He does.

Q - Does he have a car?

A - He has a red Cadillac.

Best wishes, Clive
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It's based on necessary or unnecessary choices. If (he, she, it) *needs [necessary]* to go to the bathroom, then the sentence would be something like: He has to go to the bathroom. If there is *no need [not necessary] then it becomes: He doesn't have to go to the bathroom. Finally, if it's asking or referencing a question, then it becomes "have". Examples: Does he have all his stuff? Didn't she have a car? Doesn't you dog (it) have a collar? Hope this helps you all.
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Anonymous If (he, she, it) *needs [necessary]* to go to the bathroom, then the sentence would be something like: He has to go to the bathroom. If there is *no need [not necessary] then it becomes: He doesn't have to go to the bathroom
Well after more than two years of waiting, he probably has the "necessary" condition.
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1 commentthe correct one is (does he have) because if we make an affirmative sentence :

i have a pen.

i don't have a pen.

Do i have a pen?

with i,they,you,we,two or more then two names we use have.

in case with:

He,She,It,singular name

he has a pen.

he doesn't have a pen.

does he have a pen?

here you can understand it easilyby taking the example of present simple tense:

he plays football.

in place of s we put does and the same play in upper also there is the same case.

ok thanx
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