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                 swim-swam-swum              cut-cut-cut                  

                 break-broke-broken          drive-drove-driven          

                 eat-ate-eaten                 take-took- taken           

                 find-found-found             sleep-slept-slept            

                 give-gave-given               make-made-made           

                 run-ran-run                   fall-fell-fallen               

                                        
Choose -have- or -has- and then type in the third form of the verb.

 

1.    You  (read)  many books.

2.   I  (lose)  money.

3.   Ben  (listen)  to the  radio.

4.   They  (drink)  two glasses of juice.

5.   Alice  (buy)  a nice hat.

6.   You  (get)  a dictionary.

7.   Mary  (get)  a new job.

8.   Tom  (go)  to the cinema.

9.   We  (speak)  to our teacher.

Now type in-have- or -has- and then type in the third form of the verb.

1.    They  (swim)  in the lake.

2.   They  (read)  three books.

3.   Ann  (cut)  her hair.

4.   Jim  (break)  four bicycles.

5.   I  ( buy)  a toy car.

6.   The car  (drive)  away.

7.   Mr. and Mrs. Benson  (clean)  the house.

8.   She  (invite)  many friends.

9.   Tim (eat)  two apples.

10.      We  (take)  a camera.

 

 

   Type in-have- or -has- and then type in the third form of the verb.

 

1.    We  (read)  a nice book.

2.   He  (buy)  an ice-cream.

3.   You  (listen)  to a nice song.

4.   She  (eat)  a chicken sandwich.

5.   They  (take)  their bicycles.

6.   I  (wash)  my face and hands.

7.   It  (get)  very dark.

8.   Tim  (go)  to school.

9.   Julie  (lose)  her bag.

10.         Tim and Julie  (play)  in the playground.

 

Type in-have- or -has- and then type in the third form of the verb.

 

1.    Julie and Tim  (cut)  paper to make cards.

2.   A child  (talk)  to the teacher.

3.   Children  (break)  some toys.

4.   Parents  (drink)  their coffee.

5.   Your mother  (wash)  all your clothes.

6.   His mother  (speak)  to his father.

7.   My friends  (jump)  into the river.

8.   My friend  (swim)  to the other bank of the river.

9.   Catherine  (drive)  to the town centre.

10.        My brothers  (ski)  down the hill.

 
Type in-have- or -has- and then type in the third form of the verb.

 

1.    Harry  (find)  his key.

2.   My sister (sleep)  much.

3.   My teachers  (give)  me a lot of homework.

4.   My teacher (give)  me a lot of homework.

5.   Your cousins  (make)  a nice trick.

6.   The animals (play)  a lot today.

7.   My dog and my cat  (run)  away.

8.   His car (break)  down again.

9.   His bicycle (fall)  down from the balcony.

10.                The boxes (fall)  from the shelf.

                                                    

 

       


 

 

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