This is confusing? So habeo & habet can also mean "to have"?
I want to know the same thing
Quid Livia habet?
If "Livia male se habet" (literally: "Livia holds herself badly") means "Livia is not doing well", then why not ask: "Quid Livia SE habet?" (Literally: What is Livia holding herself) ??