What is the difference between har and have? Is have in the future or does it mean something completely different?
Har is the present tense form of the infinitive, have. So "Jeg vil have..." is "I want (to have)..." as "vil" always takes the bare infinitive (infinitive without at) of the verb, but "Jeg har en bil" is "I have a car" as it is the current state of what is happening
No, have indicates possession or the perfect tenses when combines with the past participle of a verb (Jeg har spist = I have eaten)
"vil have" indicates that the object of the sentence is what you would like to possess
For those whose mother tongue is not English (nor Danish), is pretty clear the parallel between English and Danish: "vil have" sounds very close to "will have" to our ears. England was occupied by Dans and this can be still seen in the language. You can safely say that more than half of the origin of English language is Danish.
She will have children? This would be similar to my other post. Thanks for any input.