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Verbs to be and Have got




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AM - IS - ARE - AM NOT - ISN'T - AREN'T
HAVE GOT - HAS GOT - HAVEN'T GOT - HASN'T GOT 
 
 
 
1. Complete the sentences. Use an affirmative (+), negative (-) or interrogative (?) form of the verb TO BE:
 
example
They are from England. (+)
They aren't from England. (-)
Are they from England?
 
 
a. She a good student. (-)
b. you a boy? No, I not. (-)
c. your father a police officer? Yes, he . (+)
d. I beautiful? Yes, you . (+)
e. he Greek? No, he .He Finnish. (+)
f. My best friends at school today. (-) They ill. (+)
g. London in the USA? No, it . (-) It in the UK. (+)
h. Tom and Lucy sixteen. (-) They twelve. (+)
i. it warm and sunny today? Yes, it . (+)
j. I Japanese. (-) I German. (+)
k. that girl your sister?
l. My shoes new (-); they old. (+)
m. What nationality they?
n. his eyes green?
 
 
 
2. Complete the sentences. Use an affirmative (+), negative (-) or interrogative (?) form of the verb HAVE GOT:
 
example:
I have got a dog. (+)
I haven't got a dog. (-)
Have I got a dog?  
 
 
a. We  a dog (-), but we  a cat. (+)
b. My house  a lot of rooms. (+)
c.   Julia  a brother? Yes, she . (+)
d.  My dog  a very long tail. (+)
e.  his mother and father  a house by the lake? No, they , (-) but they  a house in the mountains. (+)   
f.   Frank  blond hair? Yes, he . (+)
g. We  time! (-)  
h.  You and I  a lot of friends. (+)
i.  Lucy and Alice  a laptop in their room. (-)
j.  they  any money to but the tickets? Yes, they . (+)
k.  Tommy  any brothers or sisters?
l. The guinea pig  any water. (-)
 
 
 
3. Fill in the gaps with IS - AM - ARE or HAVE/HAS GOT.
 
 
My name Anna and this my brother Tommy. I thirteen years old and he nine. We live in France; we French. I tall and slim. I long curly brown hair and blue eyes. Tommy short and overweight. He green eyes and blond hair.