Focus on the pronunciation of have
English definition of “have”
/hæv/, /həv/ v [T] (present tense has /hæz/, /həz/, /əz/, past tense and past participle had /hæd/, /həd/, /əd/) (also have got /hævˈgɑt/, /həv-/) (POSSESS)
› to own or possess something: We have a dog. Have you got a cold? I’ve got a big nose. Have you got any money on you (= Are you carrying money with you)? › Have can also mean to be related to, or to know: Carol has six sisters. I’ve got a friend who could lend us a car. › If a store has something, it is available to be bought: While you’re there, see if they have any toothpicks. Note: Have got is used only in the present tense.