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can i make sentences about
Bill doesn't has a raincoat?
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Always "doesn't have". Never "doesn't has" unless you want to talk funny for humorous purposes a la "Can I haz cheezburger?"

There's also "hasn't got" which is similar to "doesn't have".
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miki and anh doesn't have

No. You need to review how to form the Simple Present tense.

I do not have

you do not have

we do not have

they do not have

he/she/it does not have

'have' is the base or infinitive form.

anonymous can i make sentences about
Bill doesn't has a raincoat?
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Bill doesn't has a raincoat. No. The auxiliary verb has to be followed by the base form of the main verb.

Bill doesn't have a raincoat.