Use of has-have-had Worksheet-7

Use of has-have-had Worksheet-7

 

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

  1. My mother______ long hair when she was in school.

A. None of them                            B. Have

C. Has                                             D. Had

 

  1. We shall ____ lunch at 1 o’clock today.

A. None of them                            B. Had

C. Has                                             D. Have

 

  1. Such a thick book! It ___ more than 400 pages!

A. Had                                             B. None of them

C. Have                                           D. Has

 

  1. Last night? We ____ gone for a movie.

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

 

  1. Mrs. Sharma ____ four English periods on Mondays.

A. Has                                             B. Have

C. None of them                            D. Had

 

  1. Last year? All of us ____ visited the new temple quite often.

A. None of them                            B. Had

C. Has                                             D. Have

 

  1.  The flowers ___ bloomed well this year.

A. None of them                            B. Had

C. Have                                           D. Has

 

  1. Do you ____ an extra pen?

A. None of them                            B. Have

C. Had                                             D. Has

 

  1. A year ___ twelve months.

A. Have                                           B. None of them

C. Has                                             D. Had

 

  1. Birds ____ wings.

A. None of them                            B. Have

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 first person plural subject ‘have’ is correct. (shall indicates present tense)

  1. D

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

  1. C

Explanation: For first person plural subject ‘had’ is correct. (‘Last night’ indicates past tense)

  1. A

Explanation: For third person singular subject ‘has’ is correct. (Mondays indicates present tense – routine)

  1. A

Explanation: There is no need for any of the verb forms as the sentence is complete with just the simple past tense of the verb ‘visit’ (visited).

  1. C

Explanation: For third person plural subject ‘have’ is correct. (this year indicates present tense)

  1. B

Explanation: The use of ‘do’ indicates the use of the original verb – have.

  1. C

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

  1. B

Explanation: For third person plural subject ‘have’ is correct. (The sentence states a universal truth; hence present tense)