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To be and have got * Part 1 * 3 tasks




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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.

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�Created by Susan V. Toth