Use of has-have-had Worksheet-5

Use of has-have-had Worksheet-5

 

Fill in the blank with the correct verb form:

  1. ____ she got an extra eraser?

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

 

  1. Tigers, lions and all the big cats ____ sharp claws.

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

 

  1. You and your friends ____ a lot of ice cream last night.

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

 

  1. You and Sunita ____ a lot of work to do tomorrow.

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

 

  1. That small cat ___ only three legs, while all others ____ four.

A. Have – has                                B. Had – have

C. Has – have                                D. Have – have

 

  1. Do you _____ another blue dress for me?

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

 

  1. Do they ____ some candles with them?

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

 

  1. How much money did Sunita ____?

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

 

  1. She _____  not bought a new dress for the party.

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

 

  1. My friend does not ____ my new address.

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

 

  1. How much money did your sister ____? Did she only ____ just ten rupees?

A. Had – had                                 B. Have – have

C. Have – had                               D. Have – has

 

  1. How many seats does this car ____? It _____ six seats.

A. Has – has                                  B. Have – has

C. Have – have                              D. Has – have

 

Answer Key:

  1. A

Explanation: ‘She’ is a third person singular pronoun and so ‘has’ is used.

  1. D

Explanation: ‘Tigers, Lions and all the big cats’ is a third person plural subject and so ‘have’ is used.

  1. C

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

  1. B

Explanation: ‘You and Sunita’ becomes second person plural (=you two) and so ‘have’ is used.

  1. C

Explanation: ‘That small cat’ is a third person singular noun and so ‘has’ is used. Then ‘all others’ is third person plural and so ‘have’ is used.

  1. A

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

  1. A

Explanation: The helping verb ‘do’ is already there in the sentence and so only the root verb ‘have’ can be used.

  1. C

Explanation: Since the helping verb ‘did’ is already there in the sentence only the root verb ‘have’ can be used.

  1. A

Explanation: ‘She’ is third person singular and so ‘has’ is used.

  1. B

Explanation: Since the helping verb ‘does’ is already there in the sentence only the root verb ‘have’ can be used.

  1. B

Explanation: In the question part, the helping verb ‘did’ is already there in both places, so only the root verb ‘have’ can be used.

  1. B

Explanation: Since the helping verb ‘does’ is already there in the question part only the root verb ‘have’ can be used. Then, in the answer part, only ‘has’ can be used since the tense is decided by ‘does’ which is in the present tense.