The question also uses the auxiliary verb do (does). To ask a question in Present Simple,
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Present Perfect is formed using the auxiliary verb to have / has and the third form of the semantic verb
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To make sentences negative, you must put the word "not" after the modal verb. For example, we have
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Have = possess, own In this sense, have refers to the verbs expressing belonging.
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Residents of England consider oatmeal to be a Scottish dish, because even in Samuel Johnson's Explanatory Dictionary,
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The British eat a lot of meat: veal, beef, lamb, pork, game; they widely use offal and blood.
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The main products are considered to be fish, meat, potatoes, vegetables and cereals. Meat is consumed by almost everyone
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The British usually have 4 meals a day: breakfast, lunch, tea (at 5
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Eating between breakfast and lunch is called brunch (formed from breakfast and lunch). Have a snack
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Traditional British dishes are fish and fries, potato casserole with meat and mashed potatoes.
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