The Verb Have
Some writers are not sure whether to use have or has.
Both verbs are present tense.
Have is the base form.
Use it with the following subjects:
I, you, we, they, or any plural noun.
Has is the s form
of this verb. Use it with singular
subjects: he, she,
it, or any singular noun.
the following questions in complete sentences.
Be sure to use either have or has in your answer.
How many feet does an elephant have?
An elephant has four feet.
1. How many feet do you have?
2. What kind of car does the president of General Motors have?
3. How many beds does your room have?
4. How many pockets do your jeans have?
5. How many books does the library have?
6. Does jogging have any harmful effects on the body? (Give a yes answer, followed by a complete sentence)
7. How many children do Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs have?
8. What kind of personality does your roommate have?
9. How many fingers does your left hand have?
10. How many employees does the Acme Corporation have?
11. How often do Shirley and her roommate have a fight?
12. How many football stadiums does GSU have?
13. What kind of weather do the Southern States have?
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