I'm so confused with that two words, It's different each others? Or their have a special rules on use that words?


Have is a stative verb.

These are verbs such as has/have, be/am/is/are, like, hate, own, think. They have different meanings depending on if they are in simple or continuous forms.

I have a brother.

This describes a state of being and not necessarily an "action".

I'm having difficulty, please wait.

This describes an actual action that is happening now.

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