Have or Do?

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Example:

Have you eat your lunch? 

Do you eat your lunch? 

 

Are the above sentences grammatically correct and mean the same thing?

I'm a bit confuse when to use 'have' or 'do'. 

asked Jun 04 '12 at 05:13 Elijah New member

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Have you eaten your lunch?

Did you eat your lunch?

 

In the two examples given, "DO" sounds more correct.

link comment answered Jun 04 '12 at 05:32 Shannon New member

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