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You "You have until X to do Y. IsY" — is this gramatically incorrect?

I have a question regarding the following sentence:

You have until June 6th to go there.

Is it grammatically incorrect?

Consider the following:

"You"You is the subject;subject, "have"have is the verb;verb, "until June 6th"until June 6th and "to go there"to go there are both adverbs. Does this make "have"have not have an object?

Thanks

You have until X to do Y. Is this gramatically incorrect?

I have a question regarding the following sentence:

You have until June 6th to go there.

Is it grammatically incorrect?

Consider the following:

"You" is the subject; "have" is the verb; "until June 6th" and "to go there" are both adverbs. Does this make "have" not have an object?

Thanks

"You have until X to do Y" — is this gramatically incorrect?

I have a question regarding the following sentence:

You have until June 6th to go there.

Is it grammatically incorrect?

Consider the following:

You is the subject, have is the verb, until June 6th and to go there are both adverbs. Does this make have not have an object?

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You have until X to do Y. Is this gramatically incorrect?

I have a question regarding the following sentence:

You have until June 6th to go there.

Is it grammatically incorrect?

Consider the following:

"You" is the subject; "have" is the verb; "until June 6th" and "to go there" are both adverbs. Does this make "have" not have an object?

Thanks