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I met a phrase in students' book: "He usually have a lie-in during the week" Why he HAVE? I think might be he HAS.Is it mistake?

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Base language: English
Category: Language

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    In that sentence, it should definitely be "has".

    However, it is possible to say "have" when you're using a compound question: Does he have a lie-in during the week? This is because "does" is the verb being conjugated.

    It's a mistake. Must be "has".

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