Use of Has, Have, Had Worksheet-11

Use of Has, Have, Had Worksheet-11

 

Fill in the blank with the correct verb form:

  1. Their cars _____ clean seats last week.

A. Have              B. Has                C. Had                D. Was

 

  1. My dresses ____ a few buttons on them.

A. Has                B. Have              C. Were              D. Are

 

  1. Most boys ____ black hair, but Tom ____ golden hair.

A. Has – have                                B. Have – has

C. Is – was                                     D. Are – had

 

  1. I ____ one new book, but my friend ___ four.

A. Have – has                                B. Had – have

C. Have – has                                D. Had – have

 

  1. Who ___ an extra pencil?

A. Have              B. Has                C. Was                D. Are

 

  1. You ___ one minute to complete the test.

A. Has                B. Have              C. Was                D. Are

 

  1. That chair ____ a broken leg.

A. Has                B. Have              C. Was                D. Is

 

  1. My mother ____ many dresses when she was small.

A. Has                B. Have              C. Had                D. Was

 

  1. Yesterday we ____ many guests at our place.

A. Have              B. Had                C. Has                D. Was

 

  1. Those girls ____ new racquets for the game.

A. Have              B. Has                C. Are                 D. Were

 

Answer Key:

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Last week’ shows the past tense and so ‘had’ is used.

  1. B

Explanation: ‘My dresses’ is a third person plural noun and so ‘have’ is used.

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Most boys’ is a third person plural noun and so ‘have’ is used. Then since ‘Tom’ is a third person singular noun ‘has’ is used.

  1. A

Explanation: ‘I’ is first person singular pronoun and so ‘have’ is used. Then ‘my friend’ is a third person singular noun and so ‘has’ is used.

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Who’ is a singular Question word in the third person and so ‘has’ is used.

  1. B

Explanation: ‘You’ is a pronoun in the second person and so ‘have’ is used.

  1. A

Explanation: ‘That chair’ is a third person singular noun and so ‘has’ is used.

  1. C

Explanation: ‘When she was small’ shows the past tense and so ‘had’ is used.

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Yesterday’ shows the past tense and so ‘had’ is used.

  1. A

Explanation: ‘Those girls’ is a third person plural noun and so ‘have’ is used.