have you the garden which I have?
I have not the one that you have
which looking glass have you?
I have the one which your brother has
has he the book that your friend has?
he has not the one which my friend has
which candle has he?
he has the candle of his neighbour
he has the one that I have
has he this tree or that one?
he has neither this nor that, but the one which I have
which ass has the man?
he has the one that his boy has
has the stranger your chair or mine?
he has neither yours nor mine, but he has his friend's good chair
have you the glove which I have, or the one that my tailor has?
has your shoemaker my fine shoe or that of his boy?
which house has the baker?
he has neither yours nor mine (domus i/us f.), but that of his good brother
which carriage have I?
have I mine or that of the peasant?
have you my fine carriage?
I have not but the Frenchman has it
what has the Frenchman?
he has nothing
what has the shoemaker?
he has something fine
what has he fine?
he has his fine shoe
is the shoemaker right?
he is not wrong, but this neighbour the baker is right
is your horse hungry?
it is not hungry but thirsty
have you my ass's hay or yours?
I have that which my brother has
has your friend the same horse that my brother has?
has he my umbrella?
he has it not