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Part 1

 

      Fill in the sentences with the correct form of the appreciate verb (to be or to have got).

e.g.: I have got a banana.

      She is Anne Smith.

1)            Our postman a big bag.

 

2)          This my umbrella.

3)          I an umbrella.

4)          Today Susan’s birthday.

5)          Susan birthday today.

 

6)          These his photos.

7)          Steve seven photos.

8)          This our small house.

9)          We a small house.

 

10)       Sean a brother and a sister.

11)        Harry a brother.

12)       Tony Mary’s brother.

13)       I Jerald Service.

 

14)       Sheryl a horse.

15)       Cary 14 years old.

16)       I fine, thanks.

17)       My mother from the USA.

 

18)       You brown hair.

19)       Betsey and Ralph in the garden.

20)     Todd a new teacher.

        His name Mr. Gruber.

 

 

      Write sentences using the given words and “to be” or “to have got”. Use the short form of the verb only in the negative sentences.

e.g. Ken * not * happy.  Ken isn't happy.

1)      Jimmy * not * a bike.

 

 

2)    my father * 40 years old.

 

 

3)    you * my address?

 

 

4)    her name * Ellen Cox.

 

 

5)    we * a big house.

 

 

6)    I * not * a mobile phone.

 

 

7)    the Taylors * at the shops.

 

 

8)    Mr Smith * red apples.

 

 

9)    the camera *not * in the car.

 

 

10) Jennifer * our new teacher.

 

 

 

 

      Put the words in the correct order to get a sentence. Use the correct form of the verbs. Use the short form of the verb only in the negative sentences.

e.g.: Peter / in Poland / to be / today.  Peter is in Poland today.

 

1)            Oliver / she / to be / Kelly.

 

 

2)          dogs / to have got / friendly / they?

 

 

3)          I / the / in / to be / garden.

 

 

4)          not / to be / children / the / happy.

 

 

5)          a / Tom / television / to have got?

 

 

6)          to have got / and / a / Nora / Chris / spider.

 

 

7)          we / sisters / to be / not.

 

 

8)          a / his / car / to have got / grandparents / blue?

 

 

9)          Peter’s / at school / not / son / to be.

 

 

10)       aunt / Mike / an / not / have got.

 

 

 

     

 

 Created by Susan V. Toth

 

       

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