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have as auxiliary verb + definitions[change]

I'm not really sure about have as auxiliary verb in Simple English. It's used to form perfect aspect and I am like- is this still in "simple" English? Or maybe we should have definitions for all, also auxiliary ones. Anyway, I added it here. You may edit it, especially becouse I was not sure about how to explain second meaning. And there are still some definitions for have(verb) missing, as you can see (I have already improved the "situation". And I had the biggest problem how to explain it in example: We have lunch.). What do you think? Rumpel77 (talk) 09:59, 7 April 2013 (UTC)