usually used for ownership, ability, or for a description....
have a new car.
have time to go to the movies.
- She has brown eyes.
- He has a beard.
...but the word "have" is also
a very popular substitute for the words "eat" and "drink."
- She has
cereal and coffee for breakfast every morning.
Have is also
an important helping verb: I have lived in Minnesota for three
years. In this example, (have) + (past participle) make the
present perfect tense.