The verb have is used in a number of ways in English. It can be used as an auxiliary verb (used in the formation of perfect tenses), as well as an ordinary verb, indicating ideas
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When reporting questions, we usually use a reporting verb, such as asked, enquired, or wondered. The reporting verb is followed by the question itself, which is often a statement that begins with if or whether.
In English, there are two basic types of question: yes/no questions, and wh- questions that start with a question word, such as who, what, where, when, why or how.