has have usage

has have usage

The verbs ‘has and have’ are used to say what people own or possess. They are also used to talk about things that people do or get, such as pray or flu. These words are the simple present tense of the verb have. It is important to understand the usage of has and have for making ‘perfect tenses.’

 

 

has have usage anchor chart for first grade and second grade

 



 

Above is an anchor chart to understand the usage of has and have.

Have

Use have with I, you, we, they, and with plural nouns.

We have breakfast at 6:00 a.m.

You have ketchup on your chin.

Monkeys have long tails.

I have to clean my room.

They have a big house.

I don’t have a passport.

 

Has

Use has with he, she, it and with singular nouns.

She has a cold.

Simi has long hair.

It has a long beak.

He has a lot to learn.

 

 

has have rule worksheet for first grade and second grade

 



 

In the first worksheet, read the sentences and complete them using ‘has or have.’ Then match the sentences with the correct picture.

An insect has six legs

Dad has a bad temper.

Will you have a cookie?

Jack has a cold.

A square has four sides.

I have an older sister.

Tigers have stripes.

I have created a pack for verb to do- do does don’t doesn’t. We use do or does when we want to ask yes/no questions therefore it is important to understand its usage to be able to form questions correctly.

 

 

has have sentences for first grade and second grade

 



 

In the above worksheet, read the sentences, and complete them using has and have. Each sentence has a picture to be matched. Understanding the usage of has and have is important for correct sentence formation.

We have many books.

Birds have wings.

The bird has a long neck.

Mom has a new car.

The man has two kids.

Harry Potter has a wand.

A triangle has three sides.

I would also suggest you practice the usage of verb to be – is am are.

 

 

has have usage in English worksheet for first grade

 



 

Our house has a chimney.

I have a baby brother.

Kim has an apple for lunch.

The girls have black hair.

The children have toys.

Jim and his sister have homework.

You have six pens.

Kim and Tim have a snack.

The baboon has a long tail.

 

has have exercise for first grade

 



 

All houses have a door.

The witch has a broom.

The boys have a tennis ball.

The girls have a party tonight.

Elephants have a trunk.

The goat has two horns.

An elephant has two tusks.

Giraffes have a long neck.

I have a coin.

 

 

have has usage worksheet for first grade

 



 

It has been a rainy day.

Butterflies have wings.

We have a can of oil.

My pencil has a sharp point.

She has ten oysters.

Mom and dad have mobile phones.

You have my books.

My friend and I have plans to go shopping today.

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