'Has' and 'have' show what one owns.
We use 'has' with a singular pronoun or noun.
Mr. Ronnie has
The man has
The girl has
The monkey has
My mother has
He has a new bicycle.
She has a doll.
Mrs. Brown has a toaster.
The boy has a toy robot.
My father has a laptop.
The cat has a long tail.
We use 'have' with a plural pronoun or noun.
The boys have
The girls have
The workers have
John and Mary have
My cars have
All the students have
The lions have
* You have
* I have
* Note: The pronouns ‘you’ and ‘I’ are singular, but they are used with ‘have’. These are exceptional cases.
They have a van.
We have two horses.
You have a football.
The girls have many dolls.
The monkeys have short hair.
The peacocks have beautiful tail feathers.
Fill in the blanks with ‘has’ or ‘have’.
1. She ____________ long hair.
2. We ____________ a big house.
3. Mr. Robinson ____________ three cars.
4. The giraffe ____________ a long neck.
5. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson ____________ three kids.
6. My grandparents ____________ an old scooter.
7. The boy ____________ ten marbles.
8. Your uncle ____________ a rare cat.
9. The dogs ____________ some bones to eat.
10. I ____________ five stamp albums.
11. Winnie and Nacy ____________ many books to read.
12. Johnson ____________ two uncles.
13. You ____________ three watches.
14. An elephant ____________ a trunk.
15. Candy ____________ a piano at home.
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