Hi,

To the influence of The Bible upon English & Literature:

I find that the meaning of verb-have fall into two main groups:

1. to have : to possess -----the master is the acter of [have]; the relationship as I have a new car. / She possesses a long hair. / a house with a swimming pool

2. to have: to obtain / gain / appear / be able to be seen ----the master is the giver; the relationship as [We all have special talents and abilities given to us by our Heavenly Father.] / a policy that enjoys wide popular support / The theory is gaining credit.

He has the skill / power / knowledge

I have the right / power to the land. ----because the right is given to me, and the giving from the boss, the people, the law

I have / obtain / the time to do it. ---the time is not mine but I can enjoy a free time

He has / appears / shows a bad temper.

Ask for your help. and thanks a lot
Bepleased,

your questions are very difficult to understand!

I am going to see if I can make sense of this one...

From the influence of The Bible upon English & Literature: (is this the title of a book/article? If so, why not give us the link? If not, why are you capitilising literature and the?)

I find that the meaning of the verb 'have' falls into two main categories:

1. to possess. e.g. I have a new car. (here I am in charge of what I have.)

2. to obtain. e.g. We all have special talents and abilities given to us by our Heavenly Father. (here our Heavenly Father is in charge of what we have.)

(Now all we need is a question Bepleased...)

Hi,

Thanks a lot gretchenply.

The two thanks and one question:

Thank you for you remedy me the rough usage of capitalizing and unidiomatic expressions,

The question is [Now all we need is a question], does it mean [Now all we need is to pose / to answer a question] or [A question is need for us now]?

Wish your teaching again.
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Hello again,

[Now all we need is a question]
means that in your original post there was nothing to answer. You had not asked a question, instead you had made an observation. We need you to ask a question.