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Verb to BE vs. to HAVE GOT
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DRAW AND COLOR THE FACES. (practice on colors, parts of the face, adjectives and structure “have/has got“)
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1. Choose the right option and match the number of each sentence with the pictures on the right (write the numbers with letters):
1. The witch  a broom.                          
2. The sleepy dog  a bone in front of him. 
3.  John  a new motorbike. He  a new red  car.
4. Maria's father  a big lorry. He  a nice bike.
5. Lily ang Olga are not very good friends. They   many things in common.
6. Sally  a volleyball. She  a football and a basketball.
7.  Peter junior  a skateboard?
    Yes, he
8. Little Susan  a lemonade. She  a cone.
9. The girl  nice glasses. She  really ugly glasses.
10. The king  a crown on his head.
11. Lisa and Martin  a girl. They  a boy called Anthony.
2. Correct the mistakes on the verbs. There is one correct...BE CAREFUL!:
1. My mother have got a very good book.
2. The babies has got a lot of toys.
3. He and Sally has got a nice house in the mountain.
4. My friends hasn't got a big dog. They hav got a cat.
5. Has you got a lot of crayons in your pencil case?
6. Adam hasn't got any papers in his rucksack.
7. I hasen't got a brother. I has got a sister.
8. Have got Laura a blue car? No, she haven't. She have got a red car.
9. My grandmother has'nt got 2 purses. She hasgot one in her bag.
10. Have the sheriff got a gun in his pocket?? Yes, he hasn't.
3. Say what things George has or has not got (hasn't got) in  his room:

1. George  a basketball shirt on the wall.
2. George  a tiger carpet next to his bed.
3. George  a  trunk at his bed foot.
4. George  a TV on his desk.
5. George  some posters on the wall.
6. George  3 bedside tables.
7. George   a dog.
8. George  an electric guitar.
9. George  a window in his room.
4. Say what things Robert and Peter have or have not got (haven't got) in  their room:
1. They  a Spanish guitar near the bed.
2. They  a dark blue carpet in the middle of the room.
3. They  a computer on the desk.
4. They  books on the table.
5. They  2 drawers under the bed.
6. They  3 cushions under the window.
7. They  a lamp on the bed.
8. They  a ball next to the bed.