Use of has-have-had Worksheet-1

Use of has-have-had Worksheet-1

 

Fill in the blank with the correct verb form:

  1. Sunita and Anita ____ two blue dresses.

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

 

  1. He ____ a lot of work to do today.

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

 

  1. Does your friend ____ two pencils?

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

 

  1. Ram ____ bought a new car.

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

 

  1. Fish ____ fins.

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

 

  1. My mother ____ a lot of work yesterday.

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

 

  1. The Shahs ____ their lunch at 1:00 p.m.

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

 

  1. Every child ____ got something for the Principal.

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

 

  1. Those boys ____ worn white shirts today.

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

 

  1. The girls ____ got new gowns for the party.

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

 

Answer Key:

  1. A

Explanation: ‘Sunita and Anita’ is a plural subject and so ‘have’ is used.

  1. B

Explanation: ‘He’ is singular and so ‘has’ is used.

  1. B

Explanation: The helping verb ‘does’ is used here and so ‘have’ is used.

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Ram’ is a singular subject and so ‘has’ is used.

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Fish’ is plural and so ‘have’ is used.

  1. C

Explanation: The word ‘yesterday’ shows past tense and so ‘had’ is used.

  1. B

Explanation: ‘The Shahs’ is a plural subject and so ‘have’ is used.

  1. A

Explanation: ‘Every child’ is a singular subject and so ‘has’ is used.

  1. A

Explanation: ‘Those boys’ is a plural subject and so ‘have’ is used.

  1. A

Explanation: ‘The girls’ is a plural subject and so ‘have’ is used.