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auxiliary verbs exercises > HAVE / HAVE GOT
 

HAVE / HAVE GOT

 

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HAVE / HAVE GOT
by Marie Pierre

Date: 07 - Apr - 2009
Level: elementary
Age: 11-14

Description:
Hello everybody ! This exercise is meant to show the use of HAVE and HAVE GOT to the students. It is composed of two parts : an exercise based on a bedroom picture (without the answers) then there is a GRAMMAR SUMMARY with answer keys. Thanks for looking...


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Marie Pierre
France

OOPS !          posted by Marie Pierre 0
I FORGOT TO SAY THAT THERE IS WORKSHEET AVAILABLE WITH THIS EXERCISE !
(The first version is for French students, but I will post another one in English soon). Thanks for looking...


Marie Pierre
France

OOPS ! (2)          posted by Marie Pierre 0
I have tried to upload the Worksheet, but it doesn´t work. If you need it, please feel free to contact me and I will send it to you. Thanks again, MP


ranclaude
Australia

Thank you for sharing :-))          posted by ranclaude 20120202