This is confusing? So habeo & habet can also mean "to have"?
Habeo and habet literally mean "to have". 'Quomodo se Livia habet?' is a greeting. Literally it means 'How does Livia have herself?', but it doesn't make sense in English, so we use an equivalent of this sentence, which is 'How is Livia doing?'
Now I get it !!! Good Answer
Really rou are right
I am always weong in selecting between habeo and habet
Why "Quid Livia se habet" is not correct?
Quid Livia habet?
Habeo is i have, habet is she/he/it has. In Latin the end of words change to indicate the person ie i, you, he/she/it, we, you (plural), they.