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   Check your knowledge of HAVE/HAS GOT!!!

 
1. Fill in the gaps in the sentences with have or has. Then write questions to the sentences. Good luck!
 
a)  The piglet  got a pumpkin.
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b)  This mouse  got a big spoon.
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c)  She  got long and beautiful hair.
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d)  The girl  got a very interesting book.
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e)  Micky  got a tasty ice-cream.
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f)  Micky  got a nice red car.
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2. Fill in the gaps in the sentences. Use HAVE / HAS GOT, HASN'T / HAVEN'T GOT.
 
a)  He  anything to drink.
 
b)  The puppy  a friend. It's a parrot.
 
c)  The girl  a pet. She's sad!
 
d)  Daisy  a big present. She's happy!
 
e)  The kitten  a nice toy.
 
f)  The hare  a piece of cake. It  a big carrot.
     

 

       


 

 

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