Do and have exercise

August 17, 2012pdf

Fill in the blanks with appropriate forms of do or have.

1. …………………………… you have school today?

2. ……………………………. you finished your homework?

3. ………………………….. you got a light?

4. What ………………………….. you do then?

5. ……………………………….. you know where he lives?

6. ……………………………… he gone to the market?

7. ………………………………… you go to school yesterday?

8. I ………………………….. not see anybody there.

9. ……………………………… you often have meetings?

10. ……………………………. he exercise every day?

11. …………………………… he give you something?

12. …………………………….. you paid the dues?

13. I ……………………………. read almost all novels written by Hemingway.

14. She …………………………. not believe in ghosts.

Answers

1. Do you have school today?

2. Have you finished your homework?

3. Have you got a light?

4. What did you do then?

5. Do you know where he lives?

6. Has he gone to the market?

7. Did you go to school yesterday?

8. I did not see anybody there.

9. Do you often have meetings?

10. Does he exercise every day?

11. Did he give you anything?

12. Have you paid the dues?

13. I have read almost all novels written by Hemingway.

14. She does not believe in ghosts.

Notes

Do, does and did are used to form questions in the simple present and simple past tenses. Do is used in the simple present tense when the subject is a plural noun. Do is also used with the pronouns I, you, we and they.

Does is used in the simple present tense when the subject is a singular noun. Does is also used with the singular pronouns he, she and it.

Did is used in the simple past tense with both singular and plural nouns and pronouns.

Have, has and had are used to form perfect tenses.

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