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Using Have or has Verb PDF Print
Saturday, 08 October 2011 19:34

Using Have or has Verb

- The verb have is used to say what people own or possess.
-  Use have with the pronouns I, we, you and they, and with plural  nouns such as ‘my parents’ and ‘Tom and Susan’.
- Use has with the pronoun she,she and it, and with singular nouns such as ‘my dad’ and ‘the teacher’.
+ I have two brothers and one sister.
+ Monkeys have long tails.
+ My sister and I have a swing in our garden.
+ John has a big brother.
+ Sally has a pretty face.
+ An elephant has a long trunk. It also has big ears.
+ His brother has dark hair.
+ Our apartment has big windows.

Use have to talk about things that people do or get.

Examples:+ I can’t play football because I have a broken leg.
+ We have art lessons on Mondays.
+ You have a stain on your shirt.
+ They have the desks nearest the teacher.
+ Peter has a sore knee.
Notes: The words have and has are the simple present forms of the verb have.
You also use have to talk about things that people eat.
eg: + We usually have lunch at school.
+ Mom and Dad sometimes have their breakfast in bed.
+ Jenny often has sandwiches for lunch.
+ She sometimes has cola to drink.

 
Using Have or has Verb PDF Print
Saturday, 08 October 2011 19:34

Using Have or has Verb

- The verb have is used to say what people own or possess.
-  Use have with the pronouns I, we, you and they, and with plural  nouns such as ‘my parents’ and ‘Tom and Susan’.
- Use has with the pronoun she,she and it, and with singular nouns such as ‘my dad’ and ‘the teacher’.
+ I have two brothers and one sister.
+ Monkeys have long tails.
+ My sister and I have a swing in our garden.
+ John has a big brother.
+ Sally has a pretty face.
+ An elephant has a long trunk. It also has big ears.
+ His brother has dark hair.
+ Our apartment has big windows.

Use have to talk about things that people do or get.

Examples:+ I can’t play football because I have a broken leg.
+ We have art lessons on Mondays.
+ You have a stain on your shirt.
+ They have the desks nearest the teacher.
+ Peter has a sore knee.
Notes: The words have and has are the simple present forms of the verb have.
You also use have to talk about things that people eat.
eg: + We usually have lunch at school.
+ Mom and Dad sometimes have their breakfast in bed.
+ Jenny often has sandwiches for lunch.
+ She sometimes has cola to drink.

 


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