Exercises: 'To have'
Ejercicios I - Verbo 'to have'. Presente simple
Convierte a la forma negativa las siguientes oraciones.
She does not (doesn't) have a shower every day.
Our houses do not have a garden.
Tom does not have (doesn't have) a son and a daughter.
Tom hasn't a son and a daughter.
My boyfriend does not (doesn't) have a new watch.
My boyfriend hasn't a new watch
They do not (don't) have blue eyes.
They haven't blue eyes.
I do not (don't) have enough time.
I haven't enough time.
Susan does not (doesn't) have three cats.
Susan hasn't three cats.
Birds do not (don't) have four legs.
They do not (don't) have an old car.
They haven't an old car
Susan does not (doesn't) have an orange jacket.
Susan hasn't an orange jacket.
B) Convierte a la forma interrogativa las siguientes oraciones.
Do I have a lot of friends?
Does she have a new mobile phone?
Doesn't Martin have a black dog?
Do all her friends have sunglasses?
Does this hotel have rooms with high ceiling?
Do Tom and Susan have a big problem?
Don't they have a good dictionary?
Does he have a flat in New York?
Do I have black hair?
Do his neighbours have Internet?