1. Choose the most suitable word or phrase to complete each sentence.
f) Jane lost her case. It did not have a/an with her name on.
2. Rewrite each sentence, beginning as given, so that it contains an expression with have.
a) I sunbathed for a while, and then went swimming.
I sunbathed for a while, and then I had a swim.
b) I really enjoyed my holiday last year.
c) David crashed his car while he was driving to Spain.
d) When we left, Maria wished us a safe journey.
'Goodbye', said Maria, 'and '.
e) Most of the people on the beach were wearing very little.
Most of the people on the beach .
f) We couldn't decide about our holiday but then Sue thought of something.
We couldn't decide about our holiday until Sue .
g) There was a party at Martin's house last night.
h) Ian didn't know how to water-ski, but he gave it a try.
Ian didn't know how to water-ski but he .
3. Decide which answer best fits each space.
Is it better to go on a package , or to on your
own? I suppose the answer depends on what kind of you are. A
complicated tour organized by a travel has some advantages.
You have a/an , which gives you definite and
arrival dates, and a list of all your . The may
be cheaper, as it has been in advance, so you spend less time
worrying about where you are going to If you book your
own hotel, you might have trouble finding a/an , unless you
are going to stay for a , for example. On the other hand,
organizing your own can be fun. Many students
or buy cheap train tickets, and the night in
student hostels or guest-houses.