Use of has-have-had Worksheet-11

Use of has-have-had Worksheet-11

 

Use has-have-or-had appropriately in the blank:

  1. My grandmother ____ a loud voice when she was young.

A. None of them                            B. Has

C. Have                                           D. Had

 

  1. What will you ____, tea or coffee?

A. Has                                             B. None of them

C. Had                                             D. Have

 

  1. When we were in school we ____ a lot of fun.

A. Had                B. Has                C. Have              D. None of them

 

  1. This big tree is barren now; but last year it ____ thick green leaves.

A. Have              B. Had                C. Has                D. None of them

 

  1. Can you feel it? The kitten ____ such soft, white fur!

A. Had                B. Has                C. Have              D. None of them

 

  1.  Look at that horse! It ____ such a silky mane!

A. Has                                             B. None of them

C. Had                                             D. Have

 

  1. This computer ____ the best configuration. We should buy it.

A. Have                                           B. None of them

C. Has                                             D. Had

 

  1. Our computer which broke down ____ a lot of problems.

A. Have                                           B. Had

C. None of them                            D. Has

 

  1. ____ some bread and butter. You must be hungry.

A. Had                B. Have              C. Has                D. None of them

 

  1. Sunita’s bedroom ____ two doors.

A. Has                                             B. Have

C. None of them                            D. Had

 

  1. Such a long word! It ____ twenty letter!

A. Has                B. Have              C. Had                D. None of them

 

  1. How many applications does your mobile phone ___?

A. Had                B. Has                C. Have              D. None of them

 

  1. This year’s calendar ____ very beautiful pictures.

A. None of them                            B. Had

C. Have                                           D. Has

 

  1. Last year, our garden ____ twenty types of flowers.

A. None of them                            B. Has

C. Have                                           D. Had

 

  1. Buy this book. It ____ the most colourful pictures.

A. Have                                           B. None of them

C. Had                                             D. Has

 

Answer Key:

  1. D

Explanation: For third person singular subject ‘had’ is correct. (part 2 of the sentence indicates past tense)

  1. D

Explanation: For second person singular subject ‘have’ is correct. (the request form indicates present tense)

  1. A

Explanation: For first person plural subject ‘had’ is correct. (part 1 of the sentence indicates past tense)

  1. B

Explanation: For third person singular subject ‘had’ is correct. (last year indicates past tense)

  1. B

Explanation: For third person singular subject ‘has’ is correct. (sentence 1 indicates present tense)

  1. A

Explanation: For third person singular subject ‘has’ is correct. (sentence 1 indicates present tense)

  1. C

Explanation: For third person singular subject ‘has’ is correct. (sentence 2 indicates present tense)

  1. B

Explanation: For third person singular subject ‘had’ is correct. (‘Broke’ indicates past tense)

  1. B

Explanation: For second person singular subject ‘have’ is correct. (sentence 2 indicates present tense)

  1. A

Explanation: For third person singular subject ‘has’ is correct. (sentence states a fact; hence present tense)

  1. A

Explanation: For third person singular subject ‘has’ is correct. (sentence 1 indicates present tense)

  1. C

Explanation: For third person singular subject used with ‘does’ ‘have’ is correct. (‘Does’ indicates present tense – Also, since ‘does’ is part of the verb, the actual action word will be in its original form)

  1. D

Explanation: For third person singular subject ‘has’ is correct. (this year’s indicates present tense)

  1. D

Explanation: For third person singular subject ‘had’ is correct. (last year indicates past tense)

  1. D

Explanation: For third person singular subject ‘has’ is correct. (sentence 1 indicates present tense)