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Thursday, September 29, 2016

HAS OR HAVE


HAS OR HAVE
Use has when the subject is a singular noun or singular pronoun.
Use have when the subject is a plural noun or plural pronoun.
The first person singular pronoun ‘I’ also take have.
Complete the following sentences using has or have
1. My parents ……………….. got an old Rolls Royce.
2. She ……………… got two daughters.
3. You ………………. no right to criticize me.
4. Alice ……………… nothing to do with this.
5. …………….. you invited them to your party?
6. Ruth does not ……………. a job.
7. Where ……………. he gone?
8. You should not …………….. done this.
9. How long …………….. you been waiting here?
10. We ……………. no interest in this proposal.
11. Mark ……………. not got a girlfriend.
12. You should …………….. been more careful.
13. It ……………. been raining since yesterday.
Answers
1. My parents have got an old Rolls Royce.
2. She has got two daughters.
3. You have no right to criticize me.
4. Alice has nothing to do with this.
5. Have you invited them to your party?
6. Ruth does not have a job.
7. Where has he gone?
8. You should not have done this.
9. How long have you been waiting here?
10. We have no interest in this proposal.
11. Mark has not got a girlfriend.
12. You should have been more careful.
13. It has been raining since yesterday.