Use of Has, Have, Had Worksheet-1

Use of Has, Have, Had Worksheet-1

 

Fill in the blank with the proper form of the verb:

  1. My friend ____ two pet dogs.

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

 

  1. Last year we ____ a lot of fun at the fair.

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

 

  1. Do you ____ an extra pen?

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

 

  1. Our new house _____ three bedrooms.

A. Has                B. Have              C. Had                D. Is having

 

  1. I ____ two pizzas yesterday.

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

 

  1. The man ____ a lot of money last night.

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

 

  1. Sonali ____ two brothers.

A. Have              B. Has                C. Is having       D. Had

 

  1. We ____ two English periods every Friday.

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

 

  1. Sunita and her friend ____ new books.

A. Have              B. Is having       C. Had                D. Has

 

  1. Sheila ____ made a mistake in the sums yesterday.

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

 

Answer Key:

  1. B

Explanation: Friend = singular noun in the 3rd person; hence ‘has’ is correct.

  1. A

Explanation: Last year = shows the past tense; hence ‘had’ is correct.

  1. B

Explanation: You = singular pronoun in the 2nd person; hence ‘have’ is correct.

  1. A

Explanation: House = singular noun in the 3rd person; hence ‘has’ is correct.

  1. D

Explanation: Yesterday shows the past tense; ‘had’ is correct.

  1. D

Explanation: Last night shows the past tense; hence ‘had’ is correct.

  1. B

Explanation: Sonali= singular noun in the 3rd person; hence ‘has’ is correct. One never uses the continuous form to show possession.

  1. A

Explanation: Every Friday shows routine and we = plural pronoun in the 1st person; hence ‘have’ is correct. Note: Never use the continuous form to show routine.

  1. A

Explanation: Sunita and her friend = plural noun in the 3rd person; hence ‘have’ is correct.

  1. A

Explanation: Yesterday shows the past tense; hence ‘had’ is correct.