Use of has-have-had Worksheet-6

Use of has-have-had Worksheet-6

 

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

  1. She ___ two new dresses in her bag today.

A. Have                                           B. Has

C. None of them                            D. Had

 

  1. You ___ to tell the truth to me now.

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

 

  1.  The boys ____ just come home.

A. Had                                             B. None of them

C. Has                                             D. Have

 

  1. My friend ___ to remain absent yesterday as she was ill.

A. None of them                            B. Had

C. Have                                           D. Has

 

  1. Sunita ____ just eaten her lunch. She is sleeping.

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

 

  1. I ____ told you the reason for my mistake. You should accept it.

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

 

  1. We ____ a very heavy dinner last night.

A. None of them                            B. Have

C. Has                                             D. Had

 

  1. The dog ____ gone for a walk with Sunil. They will be back shortly.

A. Have                                           B. None of them

C. Had                                             D. Has

 

  1. “____ all of you brought your new books?” asked the teacher.

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

 

  1. A rainbow ___ seven colours.

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

 

Answer Key:

  1. B

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

  1. C

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

  1. D

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

  1. B

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

  1. A

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

  1. A

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

  1. D

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

  1. D

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

  1. C

Explanation: For third person plural subject ‘have’ is correct. (inverted commas indicate present tense)

 

  1. B

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