See this sentence "I have some hobbies".
In the dictionary, the word "have" has many meanings. One of its meanings is
have something: to experience something
I went to a few parties and had a good time.
I was having difficulty in staying awake.
She'll have an accident one day.
Does "have" in the sentence "I have some hobbies" mean "to experience something".
It is important because we can use continuous tenses with this meaning.
Eg, I am having a good time
Note: if "have" means own, then we can not use "continuous tenses" in this case.
Eg: It is wrong to say: I am having a car.
Can we say "I am having some hobbies"?