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What should I use instead of `have` in present perfect tense?

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As we know have is verb and auxiliary also. What should I say when I have to use have in present perfect tense (sentence). Usually, what came to my mind that is

Have you have it? (completely wrong one, isn't it?)
Do you have it? (But, it became present indefinite).

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It's built just like the normal present perfect.

I have had it.

Have you had it?

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It might be good to note, that "Have you had it?" can also be used as past tense. (7 comments)

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