DO/DOES-HAVE/HAS

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Mind Map on DO/DOES-HAVE/HAS, created by Júlia Assano on 08/26/2020.
Júlia Assano
Mind Map by Júlia Assano, updated more than 1 year ago
Júlia Assano
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DO/DOES-HAVE/HAS
  1. Have
    1. We use HAVE to talk about relationships, possessionsand scheduledactivities.
      1. We use HAVE with I, you, we and they.
      2. Has
        1. We use HAS with he,she and it.
        2. DO
          1. To from yes/no questions, we put do or does before the subject.
            1. DO you HAVE an extra pencil?
            2. We answer yes/no questions with short answers.
              1. DO you HAVE a pencil? Yes, I do.
            3. DOES
              1. To from yes/no questions, we put do or does before the subject.
                1. DOES it HAVE an eraser?
                2. We answer yes/no questions with short answers.
                  1. DOES it HAVE an eraser? No, it dorn't.
                3. Negative
                  1. We use don't (do not) and doesn't (does not) with have for negative sentences. We use don't have with Im you, we and they.
                    1. *We don't heve music class in the auditorium.
                      1. *We use doesn't have art class this year.
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