Verb "To have"

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Jorge Sánchez
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Question 1

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Complete the following sentences by using the correct form of have (have, has, had): - Jack [blank_start]had[blank_end] fun at the party last Saturday.
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  • had
  • has
  • have

Question 2

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Complete the following sentences by using the correct form of have (have, has, had): - I'm sorry, but I [blank_start]have[blank_end] to go now.
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  • have
  • has
  • had

Question 3

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Complete the following sentences by using the correct form of have (have, has, had): - [blank_start]Have[blank_end] you ever been to Canada?
Answer
  • Have
  • Had
  • Has

Question 4

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Complete the following sentences by using the correct form of have (have, has, had): - Dave [blank_start]has[blank_end] passed his driving test.
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  • has
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  • have

Question 5

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Complete the following sentences by using the correct form of have (have, has, had): - Can we [blank_start]have[blank_end] the bill, please?
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Question 6

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Complete the following sentences by using the correct form of have (have, has, had): - The match [blank_start]had[blank_end] already started when we arrived.
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  • had
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Question 7

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Complete the following sentences by using the correct form of have (have, has, had): - They [blank_start]had[blank_end] breakfast at 6:30 this morning.
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  • had
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  • have

Question 8

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Complete the following sentences by using the correct form of have (have, has, had): - Do you [blank_start]have[blank_end] a brother?
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  • have
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  • had

Question 9

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Complete the following sentences by using the correct form of have (have, has, had): - My boss never [blank_start]has[blank_end] time.
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  • has
  • have
  • had

Question 10

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Complete the following sentences by using the correct form of have (have, has, had): - Doris [blank_start]has[blank_end] been waiting for Pam for 20 minutes now.
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  • has
  • have
  • had

Question 11

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Choose the correct present tense form of the verb “to have” for the following sentence: - My sisters all [blank_start]have[blank_end] boyfriends.
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  • have
  • has

Question 12

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Choose the correct present tense form of the verb “to have” for the following sentence: - The teacher [blank_start]has[blank_end] a yellow shirt.
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  • has
  • have

Question 13

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Choose the correct present tense form of the verb “to have” for the following sentence: - My brother [blank_start]has[blank_end] a great job.
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  • has
  • have

Question 14

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Choose the correct present tense form of the verb “to have” for the following sentence: - Does he [blank_start]have[blank_end] a dog?
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  • have
  • has

Question 15

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Choose the correct present tense form of the verb “to have” for the following sentence: - They don't [blank_start]have[blank_end] a lot of money.
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  • have
  • has

Question 16

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Choose the correct present tense form of the verb “to have” for the following sentence: - My cousin and his wife [blank_start]have[blank_end] three children.
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  • have
  • has

Question 17

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Choose the correct present tense form of the verb “to have” for the following sentence: - Does your friend [blank_start]have[blank_end] a sister?
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  • have
  • has

Question 18

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Choose the correct present tense form of the verb “to have” for the following sentence: - Yes, my friend [blank_start]has[blank_end] a sister.
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  • has
  • have

Question 19

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Choose the correct present tense form of the verb “to have” for the following sentence: - My neighbor [blank_start]has[blank_end] a mailbox.
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  • has
  • have

Question 20

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Choose the correct present tense form of the verb “to have” for the following sentence: - They always [blank_start]have[blank_end] time to play with us.
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  • have
  • has

Question 21

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We use the verb "to have" to describe things we own and possess. Which of the following phrases are correct?
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  • You have two sisters, don't you?
  • They have three factories in Poland.
  • She have a black Iphone X.
  • My aunt has not a car but a motorcycle.
  • We all has many pictures together.

Question 22

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We use the verb "to have" to substitute “to eat” and “to drink” infinitive verbs. Which of the following phrases are correct?
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  • I have a coffee and a croissant for breakfast.
  • Do you believe Annie have a Pepsi everyday for lunch?
  • We’ll have the tomato soup as a starter, please.
  • Tommy have rice and beans this afternoon.
  • Let’s have a snack before the game.

Question 23

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We use the verb "to have" When we take or receive something. Which of the following phrases are correct?
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  • He has a new role in the company.
  • Marilyn told me you has a promotion.
  • We have some bad news.
  • I has to tell you something.
  • You have a phone call from a supplier.

Question 24

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We use the verb "to have" when we do or experience something. Which of the following phrases are correct?
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  • They have an exam on Monday morning.
  • My teacher have a meeting with coordinators every Tuesday.
  • I have a shower before I go to bed.
  • My friend have a ritual just for ugly days like these.
  • When it’s hot I have a swim in the sea.

Question 25

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We use the verb "to have" when we make something happen. Which of the following phrases are correct?
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  • She has her staff prepare a report once a month.
  • How often do you have your haircut?
  • We are having our house painted at the moment.
  • I has my secretary cancel my appointments when I am sick.
  • My boss have his employees wash his car every Sunday.

Question 26

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We use the verb "to have" to form an auxiliary verb to make perfect tenses, such as the present perfect and the past perfect. Which of the following phrases are correct?
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  • I’ve seen this film twice now.
  • You had already left when I arrived.
  • They’ve lived here for nine years.
  • I have told her not to watch that movie!
  • I am glad I have had the honour to meet you.

Question 27

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We use the verb "to have" to form the “have got” structure. Which of the following phrases are correct?
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  • Have you got a pen I can borrow?
  • He’s got three sisters and one brother.
  • We haven’t got time to walk to the station.
  • I’ve got a meeting at 3 pm.
  • He have gone many times to Europe.

Question 28

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Write the negative form of the following sentence. Use the contraction form with ('): - I have blond hair and blue eyes. - I [blank_start]haven't[blank_end] blond hair and blue eyes.
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  • haven't

Question 29

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Write the negative form of the following sentence. Use the contraction form with ('): - The new supermarket has everything! - The new supermarket [blank_start]hasn't[blank_end] everything!
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  • hasn't

Question 30

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Write the negative form of the following sentence. Use the contraction form with ('): - I had read about that book. - I [blank_start]hadn't[blank_end] read about that book.
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  • hadn't
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